C# - StreamWriter Stops Writing When File Is Opened From Web Link?

Mar 22, 2010

Following on from my previous question...

The following code creates log files on a web server:

private void LogMessage(Message msg)
using (StreamWriter sw = File.AppendText(_logDirectory + DateTime.Now.ToString("yyyyMMddHH") + ".txt"))

The log files are linked to from an admin page on the web site:

foreach (FileInfo file in logDir.GetFiles())
Response.Write("<a href='http:// .... /Logs/" + file.Name + "'>" + file.Name + "</a>");

I'm getting the problem that after someone looks at one of the log files from the link, that log file stops being written to.

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