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Java Standalone application as NT Service

 
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Hi all,
How can I make my java standalone application to run as NT Service?
So that even wothout loging into the system, once the server is on, the service will be running.
Is there any tool available? Is so which one is easy and of free of cost?
Thanks for the time
 
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I ran across this tool on the BEA website. I have never used it though. Check it out and let us know if it works.
http://dev2dev.bea.com/code/codedirect.jsp?highlight=codedirect
 
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Hi Barry,
But requires Weblogic server right?
I want something which will make my application started even without user loging into system. So that I can give requests to that particular port of that server and get the job done.
I dont want Weblogic server running my application.
Thanks for the time.
 
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Try this links:
JavaServ
JavaService
I have never tried them myself, though
 
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Lakshmeenarayana,
No, it is supposed to be able to run any Java application as an NT service. This is not WebLogic's tool. Did you check out the link?
Barry
 
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I've used JavaService to run a java program as an NT service, and it worked great. It was easy to setup, and it never gave me a problem.
 
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