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I am using powershell FileSystemWatcher to watch a folder for new files. On new file, it removes file from folder, imports data and processes it into a PDF. It works, but it crashes if a file appears in the folder while a previous file is still being processed. Is there a way to queue the files and process them one at a time?
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If you need help with code, it would be helpful to see said code.
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