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My assumption was that in the original post, the term log was used to mean a transaction, and that each file contains a single transaction, in which case all sources of data have to follow the same file name convention, rather than a typical log file that has transactions appended to it.
Another concept might be to email the file, and have the email piped to a process. This would guarantee a first in first out sequence, based on the time the file was received, however, it might not mean first sent, first processed.
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