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Jboss in Action: Running JBoss as windows service

 
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Hello Javid and Peter

We have been using java service wrapper for running JBoss AS as windows service in production environment.

However there is another way using JBoss Native (http://wiki.jboss.org/wiki/JBossNativeWindows).

I would like to ask, which approach would you recommend for production environment, advantages, disadvantages, best practices.

Thank you.
 
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I would recommend JBoss Native. It is also the method for making a service that we cover in chapter 15 of our book.
 
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