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i have ado enumerator on foreach loop and one of the variable contains the file name. following are the task which get executed in for each loop but i'm getting error on delete file task
1. Run a script to create pdf file from ssrs (using filename and path in ado enumerator). Working great.
2. Send email with attached of above pdf file (working great)
3. Now in 3rd step, i want to delete the file, so used file system task and delete file . i'm getting following error
[File System Task] Error: An error occurred with the following error message: "The process cannot access the file 'p:\information technology\report output to send\eft\0000023744-EF_DEN1_10-29-10_EFT.pdf' because it is being used by another process.".
I'm not sure what is using the file that it is not letting me delete the file.
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MSDN Magazine March 2002
A good understanding of the Portable Executable (PE) file format leads to a good understanding of the operating system. If you know what's in your DLLs and EXEs, you'll be a more knowledgeable programmer. This article, the first of a two-part series, looks at the changes to the PE format that have occurred over the last few years, along with an overview of the format itself. After this update, the author discusses how the PE format fits into applications written for .NET, PE file sections, RVAs, the DataDirectory, and the importing of functions. An appendix includes lists of the relevant image header structures and their descriptions.
MSDN Magazine February 2002
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