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can anybody tell me how to write a service in java.If i have got an existing NT service how can i use that service in my java program and howcan that service be paltform independent.Suggest me something it is urgent.
 
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OS services are by their nature OS dependant. What particular type of service are you interested in?
 
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i wantto write a service in java for NT same service can be used for linux. How to do that and if i am able to runthat service in NT what changes do i have to make to run it on NT.
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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