In this post, we will get all the files present in a folder and delete them one by one. First, we will store the files in an array of strings and then we iterate through the array.
Add a new
Assign activity. Create a new variable by pressing
Cntrl+K. Name the variable
listOfFiles. Give the value of the variable as below –
Directory.GetFiles("<Your Folder Path>")
You will notice an error because we need to change the variable type to
System.String. Open the variables panel and change the type.
For Each activity and iterate through the list of files and delete them one by one using the
Delete activity. You will have to change the item/file to a string in order to delete it.
Delete activity takes one argument, i.e., the Path of the file which we are already getting by iterating through all the files in a folder.
Your complete flow looks like this.
Run the process and confirm the file delete.
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