Compress/Zip folder/file to archive
We are currently able to "Extract archive to folder" in OneDrive and other file storage connectors, but do not have the ability to compress folders into a .zip file.
xz compress/uncompress would be nice
I want to zip and send files from blob
A zip connector where we can create zip files would be awesome. Adding a password to zip files would be also important.
A connector for "Folder to archive" is needed to use Import DataPackage API for D365 F&O. As the API accepts only .Zip file(Data package template along with files).
Frank Huster commented
The zip function is definitely necessary to provide import packages for the Package API (D365 F&O). Are there ways to do this now?
Ability to compress files to zip and password protect for GDPR
Jagan Sukumar commented
I have large files (> 60 MB and < 600 MB) coming in for processing. I would like to see new Compress() and Decompress() functions that i can use to manipulate or transform those files.
Giridharan Rajagopalan commented
Ability to Zip the file we integrate, so we could use the zip to be added to our cloud storage.
Martin Peters commented
Several connectors have the option to extract an archive to a folder, but none to create an archive. In my case, I would like to copy the contents of a folder in Azure Datalake to an FTP location.
A zip connector where we can extract AND create zip files would be awesome. Adding a password to zip files would be also important.
For context, I am trying to import to D365 from OneDrive using the Package API. Enqueue/Dequeue had size limitations, however, importing using Package API requires the file be a .zip data package. I can successfully import when I provide a data package as input, but our inputs will be coming in a excel files that need to be compressed with the Manifest and PackageHeader files.
A solution (QuartzAX/Recurring Integrations Scheduler) is already available for on-premise that includes the functionality to import an excel file and use a specified PackageTemplate to create a data package. This is similar to what I need in Logic Apps.