Keeping a Server Program Running
Ray at LinkIt.Com
Mon Jun 14 20:06:25 EDT 2010
Thanks. Sounds like a simple solution!
On Jun 14, 2010, at 1:55 PM, Matthias Rebbe wrote:
> Sorry, there is a typo in the url.
> Please look at http://www.firedaemon.com .
> Am 14.06.2010 um 19:46 schrieb Matthias Rebbe:
>> have a look at FireDeamonPro at http://www.firedeamon.com. It is a
>> commercial tool and costs about 49,- USD, but it is worth it.
>> Their website says: "FireDaemon will run any 32-bit or 64-bit
>> applications (EXE or DLL), shortcuts and scripting / interpreted
>> languages including Java, .NET, Perl, Batch (BAT/CMD), Poweshell,
>> Python, Ruby, TCL/TK, PHP as a Windows service for 100% uptime and
>> availability." There is a 30 days trial version available. Actual
>> there is version 3.0 available.
>> I am using version 1.9 of it on 2 machines with some Rev apps
>> without problems for about 15 months now.
>> Am 14.06.2010 um 23:56 schrieb Ray Horsley:
>>> I've created this wonderful little standalone which runs as it's
>>> supposed to on our Windows server but as soon as I log out it
>>> quits, as to be expected, since it is a 'program', not a
>>> 'process'. Does anybody know how to solve this one? Is there
>>> some way of converting a standalone to a process which will
>>> continue to run on a server after I log off?
>>> Ray Horsley
>>> LinkIt! Software
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