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Christopher Gambino updated NIFI-2800:
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    Description: 
When using the GetFile processor all flowfiles created have an "Absolute.Path" 
attribute.  This absolute path is taken from the directory field of the GetFile 
configuration.  The last slash in the directory is always over-ridden to be '/' 
even when the user puts "\" in the directory structure. 

Example:
Configuraton - "Directory": "C:\Samplepath\SampleFolder\"
Output Flowfile - "Absolute.Path": "C:\Samplepath\SampleFolder/"

I believe the intended function of this should not replace the last \ with a /. 
 This creates issues when using the attribute in later stages with other 
processors such as ExecuteStreamProcess.

  was:
When using the GetFile processor all flowfiles created have an "Absolute.Path" 
attribute.  This absolute path is taken from the directory field of the GetFile 
configuration.  The last slash in the directory is always over-ridden to be '/' 
even when the user puts "\" in the directory structure. 

Example:
Configuraton - "Directory": "C:\Samplepath\SampleFolder\"
Output Flowfile - "Absolute.Path": "C:\Samplepath\SampleFolder/"

I believe the intended function of this should not replace the last \ with a /. 
 This creates issues when using the attribute in later stages with other 
processors such as "ExecuteStreamProcess.


> GetFile Processor Appends overrides last slash in filename to always be \
> -------------------------------------------------------------------------
>
>                 Key: NIFI-2800
>                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/NIFI-2800
>             Project: Apache NiFi
>          Issue Type: Bug
>    Affects Versions: 1.0.0
>         Environment: This was discovered on a windows machine running nifi 
> server locally
>            Reporter: Christopher Gambino
>            Priority: Minor
>
> When using the GetFile processor all flowfiles created have an 
> "Absolute.Path" attribute.  This absolute path is taken from the directory 
> field of the GetFile configuration.  The last slash in the directory is 
> always over-ridden to be '/' even when the user puts "\" in the directory 
> structure. 
> Example:
> Configuraton - "Directory": "C:\Samplepath\SampleFolder\"
> Output Flowfile - "Absolute.Path": "C:\Samplepath\SampleFolder/"
> I believe the intended function of this should not replace the last \ with a 
> /.  This creates issues when using the attribute in later stages with other 
> processors such as ExecuteStreamProcess.



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