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Event-handler for a service application

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How to write an event-handler for a service application. Event = User Logoff and System Shutdown.

I want my service application to do something when a user logoff or shutdown the system.
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by:mullet_attack
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use this api function

SetConsoleCtrlHandler
 
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this is the best i can do...

I expected to be able to differentiate between logoff and shutdown, but that is not the case. For both events the parameter passed in the HandlerEvent is CTRL_CLOSE_EVENT.
Hope it's close enuff for you purposes :-)



unit Unit1;

interface

uses
  Windows, Messages, SysUtils, Classes, Graphics, Controls, SvcMgr, Dialogs;

type
  TATest = class(TService)
    procedure ServiceStart(Sender: TService; var Started: Boolean);
    procedure ServiceShutdown(Sender: TService);
  private
    { Private declarations }
  public
    function GetServiceController: TServiceController; override;
    { Public declarations }
  end;

function HandlerEvent(eType : DWORD):boolean;

var
  ATest: TATest;


implementation

{$R *.DFM}


function HandlerEvent(eType : DWORD):boolean;
begin
  ShowMessage(Format('eType %d',[eType]));
  result := true;
end;

procedure ServiceController(CtrlCode: DWord); stdcall;
begin
  ATest.Controller(CtrlCode);
end;

function TATest.GetServiceController: TServiceController;
begin
  Result := ServiceController;
end;

procedure TATest.ServiceStart(Sender: TService; var Started: Boolean);
begin
  if SetConsoleCtrlHandler(@HandlerEvent, true) then showmessage('ok');
  Started := true;
end;

procedure TATest.ServiceShutdown(Sender: TService);
begin
  SetConsoleCtrlHandler(@HandlerEvent, false);
end;

end.
 
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by:mappemuppe
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Thanks that was just what I needed.
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