The TextFileWrite function will save some content to a text file.
The full path to the file you wish to write to (i.e. c:\temp\filename.txt).
You can also set this property to the FileHandle of a FileOpen function when its 'Is text' option is checked.
The text to be written to file.
You can enter some text directly into this property, or you can reference a string type or anything else from your function that can be converted to a string.
The encoding type to use when reading from the file.
The 'Default' option is the encoding used in your operating system.
File does not exist
Specify what to do if the output file does not exist.
- Create file
- Throw exception
What to do if the file already exists:
Append data will find the end of the file and add the data there.
Increment file name will add a number to the filename to make that name unique. This is a sequential number starting with 1.
Overwrite file will replace all content in the file with the new content.
Throw exception will stop the Function's processing and return an error.
TextFileWrite contains the file path of the file that has been written to.