Win2K/NT... wonder if it's not going out of scope before I pick up the copy,
hmm.  Perhaps if I force a garbage collect it will help!  Something to



> -----Original Message-----
> From: James Richardson [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
> Sent: 14 February 2002 11:17
> Subject: Re: Problem with generated PDF files
> Phillips Tony wrote:
> > 
> > 
> > Hello,
> > 
> > I think I have a problem with my generated PDF files!  To 
> make it easier to
> > handle distribution of the output files, I produce the 
> output PDF in a
> > temporary 'working' directory which is fine.  I then copy 
> the output PDF to
> > its final destination and, in theory, remove the temporary 
> (generated)
> > file.
> > However, the copy is fine but removing the generated file 
> fails every
> > time...
> Win or UNIX? - Makes a difference, cos in UNIX you can delete 
> a file any 
> time, WIndows, you can't if the file is open (by anything).
> Are you making sure to close any output streams? - In theory 
> they should 
> be closed when the object gets garbage collected, but this 
> may be some 
> time after the file object goes out of scope (or even never)
> Worth a look anyway.
> james
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