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Is there a way to detect the Handle of the process that created and/or writes repeatedly for microseconds in a specific .txt file?

Or, in another way (may be better): starting from the Handle of a process, is there a way to detect if this specific process writes in a .txt file and get the filename?

Updated 6-Nov-15 7:23am
Richard MacCutchan 6-Nov-15 14:10pm
Most of the links to such information are held in the OS and are impossible or difficult to find.

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ezio2000 6-Nov-15 16:43pm
Ty, but I don't need to know what process OPENED a file or what process HAS LOCKED a file.
I need to detect continuosly what process IS WRITING into the file.

Is not the same thing, IMHO.
Sergey Kizyan 6-Nov-15 16:48pm
Process that locked the file is writing to it. You can monitor this all the time in some loop for example

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