Publish Fails VS2017

I have been running an number of applications that we publish using Visual Studio 2017.  Everything has worked fine for months, but decided to update just to make we were putting out the best possible code.  Our pages run just fine inside the IDE but as soon as we try to publish it to the website we get the following error.  Have tried almost everything that is suggested on the web all of which have failed.  This happens almost immediately after clicking on Publish button.  Any Suggestions.

Error            Copying file .vs\RessNet\v15\Server\sqlite3\db.lock to obj\Release\Package\PackageTmp\.vs\RessNet\v15\Server\sqlite3\db.lock failed. The process cannot access the file '.vs\RessNet\v15\Server\sqlite3\db.lock' because it is being used by another process.      RessNet            0
jeraldmockAsked:
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Shaun VermaakTechnical SpecialistCommented:
Close the SQL connection in the IDE then rebuild
jeraldmockAuthor Commented:
Hi Shaun,

I am not aware that I have a SQL connection, I've been looking in the server explorer, do you have other suggestions where to look.  I was connected to an MDB database and I've closed that but I get the same error after rebuild.
jeraldmockAuthor Commented:
I seemed to have resolved this issue.

For some reason vs2017 changes the Package/Publish Web settings in the dropdown from All Files in this project to All files in this project folder.  Changing it back to All Files in this project solved the problem.

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jeraldmockAuthor Commented:
For some reason vs2017 changes the Package/Publish Web settings in the dropdown from All Files in this project to All files in this project folder.  Changing it back to All Files in this project solved the problem.
jeraldmockAuthor Commented:
For some reason vs2017 changes the Package/Publish Web settings in the dropdown from All Files in this project to All files in this project folder.  Changing it back to All Files in this project solved the problem.
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