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A Simple work around to your problem would be use your original code to get the exclusive access to file,
Read the file and create a temporary file which you can pass it to Xerces.. later delete the temp file.. and if you want delete even the source/original file.

Other alternatives could be to check if xerces takes text(some temp buffer) as input instead of file name.. so you can read the file in buffer and pass it to xerces.
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