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I have created a Java program which need to run always. it has to keep on running. How can i create

 
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I have created a Java program which need to run always. it has to keep on running. How can i create.
This program also can not stop by task manager.please help me.
 
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There's no such thing.
 
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I mean that..
I am making an application using java.
How can this application remain in always running position.
When user try to close this application then user can't close that application.The application remain in always running process. Please help me.
 
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Just getting started with Java, so excuse me barging in...

Maybe you should state *why* you would want to do this so the "experts" can suggest a solution and push you into the right direction.

Sounds like you rather would need some kind of "service" (though I don't know how that is implemented in Java)
 
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Paul Clapham wrote:There's no such thing.


Paul is right. Except for a few system process, any process running on your system can be forcefully terminated.
 
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Hi,

First find a example application which does that.i mean which can't be stopped by windows taskbar.

Regards,
Sudhir
 
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Question too difficult for "beginning Java". Moving.
 
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