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Java Process running even after logging out of machine??

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Hello Experts,
               I am working on 3 Tier application and using Java as the Front end and CORBA as the middleware. I have a peculiar requirement . I hope you can help. The requirement is that when the Java  application is running on WIndows NT and the user Logs-out of the machine the Java application process should still be running.
Is this possible? . I have seen this happening with applications developed in C++ for the windows platform , but dont know how to implement this in Java .
Can anyone help.

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Yaser Ansari
             
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>  The requirement is that when the Java  application
is running on WIndows NT and the user Logs-out of the machine the Java application process should still
be running.


sounds like you want NT service written in Java ?
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Heyhey, dont you have any job to do? I mean real work where you earn money? Or do you have been paid to rule this forum ? :)
Sorry that I discuss you in here...
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I'm not a reach playboy so I need/have a real job

at the moment I'm investing only minimal needed time inside this forum - 3-4 minutes for the above 2 comments
another 2 minutes for this one :)
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Oki. I am in the end of a project at my work and spend some time to read this forum for the right moment. I wont ask you for email or icq. I just give you my icq: 3656521 and you decide if you allow me contact you or not.
I am most curious about you, how long you have been coded, which languages etc and some chitchat of course. :)
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Oki. I am in the end of a project at my work and spend some time to read this forum for the right moment. I wont ask you for email or icq. I just give you my icq: 3656521 and you decide if you allow me contact you or not.
I am most curious about you, how long you have been coded, which languages etc and some chitchat of course. :)
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by:Jim Cakalic
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Another NT service alternative:
    http://www.alexandriasc.com/software/JavaService/index.html

Jim
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by:yaseransari
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Thanks for the links heyhey. I have downloaded a few tools and would test them out.

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thanks for the points
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