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how to run java application as bckground process

 
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hi... i have made an application using java....when i am installing it on my computer ...i want it to run as background process instead of application...if any user try Task manager...then he can not found it in application....it should no listed in application list...it is there in process list.... so please tell me how can i do this ...as soon as possible....?
 
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Since you said "Task Manager" that probably means you are asking about Windows. So, assuming that's the case, the Windows terminology for "background process" in the way that you describe is "service". There are Java service wrappers available; your Google keywords are "java service wrapper".

(By the way in English we end sentences with a period. Called a "full stop" in some places. Like this. Stringing phrases together... with ellipses... like this... can be quite annoying to read. Please try not to do that.)
 
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