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C# Service FileSystemwatcher isse

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mmungerFlag for United States of America asked on
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I had this question after viewing Windows Service- File Watcher.

I am working on an application that monitors a folder and triggers a procedure to parse a file when a new file is saved to the folder.  My current application works for only one file and then it does not fire the procedure again.  I need it to fire the changed event everytime a new file is saved to that folder.  My service continues to run and it doesn't log anything so it doesn't seem to be catching errors.  Attached is the source code for my service. Any help would be appreciated.  

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