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Create and Register a Windows Service through Custom Code

Create and Register a Windows Service through Custom Code

Summary

This article discusses how to create and register a Windows service through Custom Code.

Synopsis

This article discusses how to create and register a Windows service through Custom Code.

Discussion

Here is a sample Custom Code snippet:
public void install(InstallerProxy ip) throws InstallException 
{	
	try 
	{ 
		String myUserInstallDir = ip.substitute("$USER_INSTALL_DIR$"); 

		Win32Service win32Service = (Win32Service) ip.getService(Win32Service.class); 
		NTServiceConfig config = new NTServiceConfig(); 
		config.setDisplayName("TrainingService"); 
		config.setStartType(NTServiceConfig.SERVICE_AUTO_START); 
		config.setErrorControl(NTServiceConfig.SERVICE_ERROR_NORMAL); 
		JOptionPane.showMessageDialog(null,"USER_INSTALL_DIR="+myUserInstallDir+"\\TrainingService.exe"); 
		config.setCommand(myUserInstallDir+"\\TestService.exe"); 
		win32Service.createNTService("TestService", config); 
	} 
	catch (ServiceException ex) 
	{ 
		JOptionPane.showMessageDialog(null, ex); 
	} 
}

Note: This is only sample Custom Code, which is strictly for example purposes. The Custom Code should be customized and thoroughly tested before deployment into production.

Additional Information

For more information about Custom Code, click here.

For documentation for the InstallAnywhere Custom Code API, click here.

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I cannot find which jar/zip file defined the Win32Service class. I know the main package used by Installanywhere is IAClasses.zip. But I cannot find this class in IAClasses.zip
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