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Hello, but do you know how to manipulate NT Services in Java??  RSS feed

 
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The question is:
If a certain NT service starts, pauses or stopped by user, is there any possible for another Java application to detect that??
Or we can say that the question boils down to how to use Java to start, pause and stop a service that registered on NT.
Any one be helpful will be greatly appreciated.
 
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You can run a .bat file from your Java app to start, stop, pause, whatever. Check out the 'net' command on the DOS prompt. For example: 'net start "My Service"' I don't know about checking to see if a service is running, but there probably is a way. Anyone else? Hope this helps!

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I would guess that you need to do this with some MicroSoft tools/Code and integrate it into your Java application using some JNI.
 
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