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Posted on 2000-04-07
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I have a text file (the size about 3 Mb).
I read that file and store it to table (TTable).
After all process done, and I close the file using command: system.close(FileVar).
After that I move file to specified folder using API function MoveFile.
The problem is sometimes, it returns error, called ERROR_ACCESS_DENIED
(get from GetLastError function).
It seems that the system still locks the file.
How to solve this problem?

Need help from any Delphi Expert

Daniel
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by:dhertzfe
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Are you using Windows NT?

I had this same problem with NT.  I solved the problem by adding a Sleep(200) after closing the file.
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PeterLarsen earned 25 total points
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Hi daniel c,

I have had a similar problem some time ago :

http://www.experts-exchange.com/jsp/qShow.jsp?ta=delphi&qid=10109545 

Good luck
Peter
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by:daniel_c
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Thanks Peter!!!
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