Create ZiP file VB QTP / UnZip file VB QTP

Posted by rajivkumarnandvani on May 13, 2009

Function WindowsUnZip(sUnzipFileName, sUnzipDestination)
Set oUnzipFSO = CreateObject(“Scripting.FileSystemObject”)
If Not oUnzipFSO.FolderExists(sUnzipDestination) Then
End If
With CreateObject(“Shell.Application”)
.NameSpace(sUnzipDestination).Copyhere .NameSpace(sUnzipFileName).Items
End With

Set oUnzipFSO = Nothing
End Function
Function WindowsZip(sFile, sZipFile)

Set oZipShell = CreateObject(“WScript.Shell”)
Set oZipFSO = CreateObject(“Scripting.FileSystemObject”)

If Not oZipFSO.FileExists(sZipFile) Then
End If

Set oZipApp = CreateObject(“Shell.Application”)

sZipFileCount = oZipApp.NameSpace(sZipFile).items.Count

aFileName = Split(sFile, “\”)
sFileName = (aFileName(Ubound(aFileName)))

sDupe = False
For Each sFileNameInZip In oZipApp.NameSpace(sZipFile).items
If LCase(sFileName) = LCase(sFileNameInZip) Then
sDupe = True
Exit For
End If

If Not sDupe Then
oZipApp.NameSpace(sZipFile).Copyhere sFile

‘Keep script waiting until Compressing is done
On Error Resume Next
sLoop = 0
Do Until sZipFileCount < oZipApp.NameSpace(sZipFile).Items.Count
sLoop = sLoop + 1
On Error GoTo 0
End If
End Function

Sub NewZip(sNewZip)
Set oNewZipFSO = CreateObject(“Scripting.FileSystemObject”)
Set oNewZipFile = oNewZipFSO.CreateTextFile(sNewZip)

oNewZipFile.Write Chr(80) & Chr(75) & Chr(5) & Chr(6) & String(18, 0)

Set oNewZipFSO = Nothing

End Sub

WindowsZip “c:\rajiv.htm”, “c:\”


15 Responses to “Create ZiP file VB QTP / UnZip file VB QTP”

  1. tweetme said

    When I use this function in my QTP code I get the following error,Do I need to do changes in order to run in QTP

    The test run cannot continue due to a syntax error.

    Syntax error

    Line (1): “Function WindowsUnZip(sUnzipFileName, sUnzipDestination)”.

  2. hi,
    While doing code copy paste from blog, make sure about single quote and double quote. just change in qtp using replace.because when you copy from blog page(web page) they are not exactly the same..

  3. anil said

    rajiv i used your code and it worked perfectly, thanks for a nice forum like this

  4. Thanks man 🙂

  5. Bharat said

    Greta job done man.

  6. Thanks 🙂

  7. mahesh said

    Will it replace the folder if it already exists in the destination location?

  8. No it will not replace. you can check if file exist then delete using FSO(File system object) DeleteFile method

  9. praveen said

    How to unzip ‘sample.txt.z’ file using VB script or QTP ?

  10. Hi praveen,
    Thanks for reading the blog. for unzip the file you have to use the unzip function mentioned in post.
    Function WindowsUnZip(sUnzipFileName, sUnzipDestination)


    best of luck

  11. rk said

    its reaally good work dude 🙂 compression function is awesome 🙂

  12. Thanks Bro. 🙂

  13. Dana said

    when i tried to run the zip function QTP says it doesn’t recognized the Wscript object. the error i got was during run time:
    “Object required: ‘Wscript’

    Line (378): “Wscript.Sleep(500)”.”

    do you knew anything about it?


  14. Hi dana,

    it seems Wscript object is not created
    set wshshell = wscript.CreateObject(“”)
    wscript.sleep 2000

  15. Rahul said

    Rajiv, What if I want to zip up a database file located on a server or workstation?

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