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Iain Wiseman wrote:
I do not have control over the opening of the file as this is done within the Xerces library.
In that case there is nothing you can do to gain exclusive access to it. I have no experience of the Xerces library, but are you sure there is no option to pass the handle of a previously opened file into it?
One of these days I'm going to think of a really clever signature.

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