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i saw the Java Service Wrapper app and its looks great , but i wander if
in java it can be done from within the java code and not from external app
is there any way ?
 
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No, there's no Pure Java support for Windows Service. Or, to put it another way, there's no direct Java support in Windows Services.

As you've already found, there are plenty of ways to run Java as a Windows Service, but none involving only Pure Java code.
 
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