Mulitple file access

Posted on 2005-04-01
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Last Modified: 2010-04-16
Hi I have a method with the code below to create a file.


byte[] streamBytes = new byte[fileStream.Length];      
fileStream.Read(streamBytes, 0, streamBytes.Length);            
fs.Write(streamBytes, 0, streamBytes.Length);


But the second time I run the method from the program I get the error

The process cannot access the file "C:\DOCUME~1\xxx\LOCALS~1\Temp\MyFile.xsd" because it is being used by another process.

Anybody know of a workaround
Question by:auk_ie
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brckoslav earned 1500 total points
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where you have fs = new FileStream() ?

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and on what line is error raised?

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