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Dear,

I'm using the enterprise library 5.0 in order to register the exception thrown into a log file in a windows WPF application.
ExceptionPolicy.HandleException(exception, "ExceptionPolicy");

And also I have added the functionality in order to delete the file on click.
File.Delete(logFilePath);

Scenario:


    1. If the log file is full but no exception has been raised:
      >> The file is deleted smoothly.
    2. If the log file is full and an exception is raised:
      >> An additional exception is raised informing that the file could not be deleted because it is used by another process.



EDIT ================

I have found the solution, all I have to do is:

Add reference to the enterprise Logging DLL:

C#
using Microsoft.Practices.EnterpriseLibrary.Logging;


And then add Logger.Writer.Dispose(); before File.Delete(logFilePath):

C#
[...]
Logger.Writer.Dispose();
File.Delete(logFilePath);
[...].
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Updated 30-Dec-10 23:36pm
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