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I have a service I wrote that uses a filewatcher. On create it takes the excel file and truncates table and import it.
It works on my Windows 7 box. When I drag a new file into the folder it imports it. If i drag a newer file it deletes the old data and imports the new data.
On Windows 2012 Server the service works on the first import. on the second drop of a excel file I get

Error durring import of file 20151106.xls
Exception occured in Microsoft JET Database Engine
Exception: The Microsoft Jet database engine cannot open the file. It is already opened exclusively by another user, or you need permission to view its data.

This shouldnt happen as I have

finally
           {
               if (oraConn.State == ConnectionState.Open)
               {
                   oraConn.Close();
               }
               if (oleDbConn.State == ConnectionState.Open)
               {
                   oleDbConn.Close(); //Close excel connection
               }
               oraConn.Dispose();
               oleDbCmd.Dispose();
               oleDbConn.Dispose();

           }


The service works fine on my windows 7 box and works for the first file on Windows 2012 server. Why is the service leaving the connection oleDbConn open on Windows Enterprise Server 2012? ?

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