Ensures that any internal buffers maintained by the ILockBytes
implementation are written out to the backing storage.
The flush operation was successful.
The caller does not have permission to access the byte array.
The flush operation is not completed because there is no space left on the
General failure writing data.
Under certain circumstances, Flush
does a dump-and-close to flush. This can lead to STG_E_TOOMANYFILESOPEN if
there are no file handles available.
An invalid floppy change has been made.
This method flushes internal buffers to the underlying storage device.
The OLE-provided implementation of compound files uses this method during a
transacted commit operation to provide a two-phase commit process that protects
against loss of data.
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