Question6Replies252Views Chunzhi_Hong Member since 2013 138 posts PEGA Posted: March 30, 2016Last activity: April 8, 2016 Closed 7.1+ File Listener generated report file name doesn't have time stamp that processed file has.We just noticed that File Listener generated report file name doesn't have the time stamp that processed file has.This will cause the report file being over write if a new file with the same name arrived later.Is this a known issue? Are there any HFix or work-around solution?We are expecting the report file name contains the same time stamp value as the processed file name has.File nameCurrentExpectedOriginal file nameTEST.txtTEST.txtProcessed file nameTEST.1459385182141000.txtTEST.1459385182141000.txtProcessed file name if errorTEST.1459389246851000.txt.errTEST.1459389246851000.txt.errReport file nameTEST.txt.rptTEST.1459385182141000.txt.rptReport file name if errorTEST.txt.rptTEST.1459389246851000.txt.rpt Data Integration System Administration ×Close popoverFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmail Copy Link Copied! Moderation Team has archived post This thread is closed to future replies. Content and links will no longer be updated. If you have the same/similar Question, please write a new Question. Posted: 4 years agoKevinZheng_GCS PEGA replied to Chunzhi_Hongwhat is your prpc version and the file listener setting? For example, have you checked 'ignore duplicate file names' under 'Process' tab? Posted: 4 years agoChunzhi_Hong PEGA replied to KevinZheng_GCSI've tested on 7.1.9 and 7.2"ignore duplicate file names" is NOT checked."Generate report file?" is checked. Posted: 4 years agoGangababu PEGA replied to Chunzhi_HongI tested on 6.3sp1. Same behavior for files in report folder without having timestamp. I think it's expected. Posted: 4 years agoChunzhi_Hong PEGA replied to GangababuHi Gangababu,Thanks for confirmation on 6.3sp1.So, are there any reasoning behind the naming convention of .rpt file?Why it shouldn't contain a time stamp value as the processed file does? Posted: 4 years agoGangababu PEGA replied to Chunzhi_HongHi Praneeth Purighalla ,Could you please add your comments on Chunzhi's query when you get some time? Posted: 4 years agoHOULJ PEGA replied to GangababuTo me this seems to be a legitimate defect report, and it should be handled as such.It looks like the naming convention used for the "rpt" files is lacking the customer's desired level of precision.