About System.IO.File.Move

Hi Experts,

.Net framework 1.1

I'm in trouble about the System.IO.File.Move method. I'm using it to move a file from a temporary directory to another location. However, after moving the file, I cannot use System.IO.File.Delete to delete the file. The file is being reserved by someone/a program. I tried to remove the file manually on the server but also can't. However, after restarting the WWW service, I can remove the file successfully.... I totally don't know what's the problem, could anyone plese give me a hand?

Code is attached, Thanks a million!!!!
public void moveFile(string Source, string Destination, string FileName)
		{
			if (System.IO.File.Exists(Source + FileName))
			{
				System.IO.File.Move(Source + FileName, Destination + FileName);
 
				if (System.IO.File.Exists(Destination + FileName))
				{
					System.IO.Stream objFS;
					objFS = System.IO.File.OpenRead(Destination + FileName);
					objFS.Close();
				}
			}
		}
 
		public void deleteFile(string Path, string FileName)
		{
			if (System.IO.File.Exists(Path + FileName))
				System.IO.File.Delete(Path + FileName);
		}

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kennysflauAsked:
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p_davisCommented:
what if you added this before closing

objFS .EndRead();
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mastooCommented:
Maybe explicitly dispose the stream, although the close is supposed to release everything anyway.   Otherwise you might progressively comment out the Exists / Move / Exists / Openread calls to see which one causes it (making sure that there isn't something else going on).
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