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How can i run my java program as service in Window NT

 
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Hello everybody,
I want to run my java program as service in windows NT so that user can start & stop my program whenever he feels like.can anybody guide me.( like u have jrun & lots more....)
thanks
satish
 
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We're doing something like this by writing the service in native and making JNI calls through to the JVM.
 
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I find JavaServ works quite well.
 
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