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Ice::Service for Java?

slypeteslypete Member Pete SylvesterOrganization: Coconaut StudiosProject: iPhone/iPod Game ✭✭
Hello ZeroC! :cool:

I'm finding the need to have my Ice server written in Java run as a Windows service. Does anything like the Ice::Service class exist in the Java mapping that I may find useful? Or is my only option in this case IceBox?

Thanks,
Pete

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  • dwaynedwayne St. John's, NewfoundlandMember Dwayne BooneOrganization: ZeroC, Inc.Project: Internet Communications Engine
    Ice does not provide a means to start java applications as Windows services. The java IceBox server also does not run as Windows service so that will not help either. However, there are products out there that allow you start java apps as Windows services. Do a search and you should be able to find something that you can use. For example, Java Service Wrapper.
  • slypeteslypete Member Pete SylvesterOrganization: Coconaut StudiosProject: iPhone/iPod Game ✭✭
    Hello Dwayne,

    I did find the Java Service Wrapper. I wanted to ensure that I exhausted my options with Ice before adding more strictly licensed code to my project!

    Thanks for confirming!
    Pete
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