|Creating NT services|
Visual DialogScript can create programs that run as a service under Windows NT family operating systems. Services are programs that start when Windows starts, and stop when Windows closes down. They do not close when a user logs out, and do not require a user to be logged in. Since a service is designed to run without any interaction by a user, they are usually developed as console applications. Any information or error messages that they produce should be written to a log file.
Creating a Windows NT service is the same as creating a normal program using VDS, except:
Services created using VDS have built-in support for installing and starting them from the command line, using the following switches:
|Last Updated ( Thursday, 20 December 2007 )|