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Windows Service exe verses dll?

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Not Web Service but typical Windows Service.

I've been learning about building controls and allowing VS2005 .NET to output a dll instead of an exe file.

Q. Can I output a Service project as a dll or does it have to be exe?

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has to be an exe
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but if you put most of your application logic in dlls, the EXE can use those dlls, which means the logic is still reusable ;)
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