When I tried to download and save a file through Edge, it prompted that the path does not exist.
So I want to create a folder to save the file before downloading it, but I did not find any control to create a folder.
Therefore, I want to use Invoke Code to create a folder dynamically by passing variables through the code. However, I found that Invoke Code does not seem to have a place to pass in parameters.
So, I would like to know how to create a folder dynamically through variables using Invoke Code.
There is no need to pass a variable to Invoke code. You simply create the variable and assign a value (Directory Name) to that variable before calling invoke code.
P.S.: Invoke code can access variables defined in the workflow.
As @Sandy_Mehta mentioned, invoke code can access all variables, so if you have the path in a variable called
DownloadPath then you can use
If you don’t have the folder but the filename, including the full path, then you could use
Thanks for the reply, I understand that all variables can be accessed in the invoke code。
I completed the creation of the folder through python, and even got a return value to judge whether the folder exists。
path = "C:/Users/TK/Desktop/NewFolder"
if not os.path.exists(path):
result = True
result = False
v_result = result
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