Using operating system command on file receiver

I pepared a XI 3.0 message generating .txt file.
I must append content of this file to the and of the file with same name but different extension(.bak extension).
I know it is achieved with copy name.bak+name.txt it appends txt file to the .bak file.
My problem is: How can i supply name of .txt file to use as name of .bak file?
How can i do that?

Put the java program there.
Ravi Raman

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