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How can I stop and start a windows service from java code

Posted on 2009-03-30
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Dear all,

I want to write a Java program that start and stop a windows service on my local machine and also on some servers on the network. I have Windows Server 2003 as operating system.

Thank you,

Ayad
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You can start and stop the services from command prompt using:
net start <ServiceName>
http://www.ss64.com/nt/net_service.html

Use the  Runtime.exec() method to call this from java / Place the start & stop commands in .bat file and call this .bat file using Runtime.exec().
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