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    Default FSO and file locks...

    Is there such a thing? I know in perl you can lock a file, but what about using FSO? None of my resources cover this (concurrent users and FSO). I am thinking of using it on some different user interaction stuff were locking is a must. <BR><BR>I guess I could use a session variable and check to see if it is locked before trying to edit the file. Any other suggestions? Users must be able to read the file at all times, but only one edit at a time. <BR><BR>Thanks,<BR>Drug_Dealer

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    Dec 1969

    Default RE: FSO and file locks...

    I don&#039t think it&#039s possible to lock a file with FSO. <BR>A good workaround would using an application (not session) variable to store current locked condition. <BR>If it&#039s an acess file, you could check for the existence of the locking file, .ldb.<BR>HTH

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