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classy_dog6-Mar-13 10:19
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In a C# 2008 desktop application I would like to know how to change the following code so that the files I am looking for can be located.
string Format_Date = DateTime.Now.AddMonths(-1).ToString("MM-yyyy");
    String filesaveLocation = null;
    filesaveLocation = Path.Combine(ConfigurationSettings.AppSettings["tLocation"], Format_Date);
    if (!Directory.Exists(filesaveLocation))
    {
        System.IO.Directory.CreateDirectory(filesaveLocation);
        logging.Error("The location " + filesaveLocation + " does not exist.");
        return packageId;
    }

   else
    {
       string[] RFiles = (from path in Directory.GetFiles(filesaveLocation)
                             let name = Path.GetFileName(path)
                             where name.EndsWith(".pdf") ||
                             name.EndsWith(".xlsx") ||
                             name.EndsWith(".xls")
                             select path).ToArray();

     }
        foreach (String RFile in RFiles)
      {
      }

The code was written for a directory path that looks like the following:
C:\Trans\01-2013 -Note the 01-2013 is for month and year.

Now I am finding out that the file directory stucture in production looks like the following:
R:\Trans\_JAN_2013\A-Sample. Under the A-Sample directory there are 4 separate subdirectories
called: SUB1, SUB2, SUB3, and SUB4.

I was expecting to see the files in one directory instead of 4 separate directories.

Thus can you show me code and/or tell me how you would change the code to accomodae the change in the file directory strucutre?
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