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JavaServer as NTService

Hi everybody,

I have a JavaServer application and I need to run this as NT service. I am not suppose to use any utility or a free software for this one.

I have to write a utility. Can any one help me to wrtie this utility?. I need to write it in Java/JNI ...

Please help me to develop this utility. This is an urgent requirement. Give me some directions to develop this application/utility.

Thanks in advance,
Cyn.
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daittCommented:
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cynthuAuthor Commented:
I am not suppose to use any utility or a free software for this one.

I have to write a utility. Give me some directions to develop this application/utility. I need to write it in Java/JNI ...

Thanks in advance,
Cyn.
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daittCommented:
it's a tutorial, not an utility
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Agree :-p
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