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Hi! I don't know if this is the right place to put this query but here goes...
Say, I have developed a simple Java application. The application is not a J2EE type of application but a simple application with database access. It will run in one machine only. I do not want the machine to run the application using the "java <appname>" but instead need that when it starts up, the java application will start up too. How can I achieve this?
Thanks a million in advance.
 
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Depends, of course, on whether you've got an operating system installed, or are just running Windows, and whether "starts up" means "powers on" or "logs in" or what-have-you. You'll have to tell us a bit more about that "one machine."
 
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OS in which it will be installed is Windows 2K. The application will act as a start up service which will have to run after MS SQL Server 2000 starts running.
TIA.
 
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