SQL Eval Function Directory_GetFiles
Directory_GetFiles returns the names of files (including their paths) that match the specified search pattern in the specified directory, using a value to determine whether to search subdirectories.
Directory_GetFiles ( @path NVARCHAR (MAX), @searchPattern NVARCHAR (MAX) @searchOption ) RETURNS TABLE ([Match] NVARCHAR (MAX) NULL)
- path: The relative or absolute path to the directory to search. This string is not case-sensitive.
- searchPattern: The search string to match against the names of files in path. This parameter can contain a combination of valid literal path and wildcard (* and ?) characters, but it doesn't support regular expressions.
- searchOption: One of the enumeration values that specifies whether the search operation should include all subdirectories or only the current directory.
You can use one of the following options.
|TopDirectoryOnly||0||Includes only the current directory in a search operation.|
|AllDirectories||1||Includes the current directory and all its subdirectories in a search operation. This option includes reparse points such as mounted drives and symbolic links in the search.|
A list of the full names (including paths) for the files in the specified directory that match the specified search pattern and option, or an empty list if no files are found.
SELECT * FROM Directory_GetFiles('C:\Logs', '*.html', 1) SELECT * FROM Directory_GetFiles('C:\Temp', '*.pdf', 0)