(Before I describe the issue, I want to stress that I am just looking for an answer to this particular question. The background and situation description would take 2000 words.)
Is there a way, either through a utility or a command line, to close an open file?
You can use the 'net file' command to close and open file, but that requires that you know the file ID#. However, each time a particular (same) file is opened, it gets a new ID#.
I need a way to close a particular file on demand through the command line or through a scheduled task.