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transact sp_OAMethod's parameters for Scripting.FileSystemObject object

Hello:

I am working with OLE Automation to deal with windows folders and files from inside SQL Server.

I can create an object of type Scripting.FileSystemObject. But when using the stored procedure sp_OAMethod to perform some work on it, I barely know a few parameters as 'FolderExists' or 'CreateFolder'.

I have found some pages like https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ch28h2s7(v=vs.84).aspx with provides a description for a set of specific methods of the object for VBScript and JScript, equivalent to use "sp_OAMethod + parameter" in transact.

I would need to find out the same detailed information for transact sp_OAMethod for Scripting.FileSystemObject. Thas is, information of the many parameters for this method and object.

Thanks in advance,

Juarrero
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Máté FarkasDatabase Developer and AdministratorCommented:
You can do it the following way:
declare @result int;
declare @objectFs int;
declare @folder_exists bit;
declare @folder_name nvarchar(1000) = 'C:\Temp';

exec @result = sp_OACreate N'Scripting.FileSystemObject', @objectFs output;
if @result <> 0 return;
exec @result = sp_OAMethod @objectFs, 'FolderExists', @folder_exists output, @folder_name;
if @result <> 0 return;
if @folder_exists = 0
	exec @result = sp_OAMethod @objectFs, 'CreateFolder', @result output, @folder_name; 

exec sp_OADestroy @objectFs;

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Máté FarkasDatabase Developer and AdministratorCommented:
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