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To create a Write Binary File Node, drag the "Write Binary File" item from the Actions Task Elements List into your Task. You will then be presented with the Write Binary File options dialog:
 
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Latest revision as of 09:22, 21 August 2015

Write Binary File Node

The Write Binary File Node is responsible for writing the contents of a Variable to a text file. Write File Nodes always write to a local or network file location. If you want to then transfer the file to a remote location this must be performed as a separate action.

To create a Write Binary File Node, drag the "Write Binary File" item from the Actions Task Elements List into your Task. You will then be presented with the Write Binary File options dialog:

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Variable To Write

This is the Variable that contains the information you want to write. It must contain a reference to a byte array, or a string of hexadecimal.

Enter File Location

This is the location of the file that should be created. It can be dynamic, meaning it can contain other Variables or column references.

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