WinNT Service

How can i make a Delphi-Application which i can start as a Windows NT Service
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KECommented:
Use the NT service wizard would be a good beginning.

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brainwareCommented:
KE: well do u know WHAT Delphi Version he have?  :))

if im not wrong its only in d5
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snoopy_SpyAuthor Commented:
I don't have a server wizard in Delphi !
I use Delphi 4.0 !
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KECommented:
Solve both your problems...

Upgrade ;-)

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hubdogCommented:
d4 in Professional and Enterprise editions

use File|New then select service Module
 
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snoopy_SpyAuthor Commented:
I dont't have a service module !
I use Delphi 4.0 Professional Edition !
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intheCommented:
Hi Snoopy_Spy
see here:
http://www.jgsoftware.com/nt.htm
for a bunch of examples of writing a serice in delphi.
Regards Barry
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