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I am trying to run a saved search with command line, which works fine, I can easily output relevant text or xml file.

However, I would like to be able to transform my output with xslt, and use filename and path included in each line/records of the output, to create a command line. (In my case, I am looking for massive number of rar files, and want to generate a suite of winrar extract command lines).

As of now I am unable to have a working xslt file. Can someone help? Has someone already succeded and can give me an example of their file?

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I would recommend trying the sample XSLT xcopy.xsl:

C:\Program Files\Mythicsoft\FileLocator Pro\Sample Transforms\xcopy.xsl

This XSLT transforms the output into a sample xcopy batch command. A few tweaks might do what you want.

First try using the XSLT in the standard GUI and when you have it working then move on to the command line.

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