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JavaService is a free, Windows NT/2000/XP service creation tool that provides a simple API for creating a Java-compatible daemon process. JavaService can be used to start or stop Java applications, modify their parameter settings, or create a persistent Java process that can be managed from the command line.

The JavaService API is designed to be easy to use but also fully compatible with the Unix/Linux program “java” for running Java programs. For maximum compatibility with the “java” command-line interpreter, JavaService avoids certain conflicting commands such as “-agentlib:jdwp…” and “-Djava.net.preferIPv4Stack…”. To be as compatible as possible with the “java” command line, the JavaService API supports command-line options that are used by the “java” command, such as “-jar…”.

The JavaService API also allows access to native Windows system functions for monitoring or accessing the state of the service. Of course, you can also access Windows native functions from within your Java service using JNI to call native code.

The JavaService API is part of the JavaService package. For complete details on the JavaService package, including the API and command-line executables, see the JavaService Reference in the “Documentation” folder of the package. The official JavaService package file is javaservice.jar.

JavaService API Reference: The JavaService API provides documented routines for registering, starting, stopping, and monitoring a Java service. Even though the JavaService API is designed to be “dumb” and to expose only what the “java” command line offers, it does provide a basic component system that allows you to create a service that can be managed from the command line.

The JavaService API exposes the following API routines.

The JavaService API provides a means of creating, using, and stopping a Java service.

The JavaService API also provides a mechanism for starting, stopping, and restarting a Java service.

The JavaService API also provides a means of creating a Java service that is capable of monitoring itself.

The JavaService API also provides a mechanism for creating a Java service that monitors the system.

The JavaService API also provides a means for creating a Java service that monitors the system and has the ability to disconnect from the system if the connection is lost.

The JavaService API also provides an API mechanism for creating, using, and stopping a

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JavaService Serial Key is an application that allows you to run Java programs as a Windows NT/2000/XP system service (aka Unix daemons). JavaService also allows you to automatically copy and delete the Java program’s executable file, and JavaService will keep track of the changes.
What’s New:
* Windows Performance Tuning allows you to easily tune up Windows 2000/XP to get the maximum performance
* Auto-startup allows you to automatically start your JavaService when the system reboots
* JavaService can now be started with Java programs, not just Java applications.
* JavaService is now available in both 32- and 64-bit versions.
What’s Changed:
* Windows Performance Tuning
* Auto-startup
* Now JavaService can be started with Java programs, not just Java applications
* Increased the maximum amount of memory you can use for the Java process
* 64-bit Java Service
What’s New for 64-bit Java Services:
* 64-bit Java Services can now create 64-bit DOS executables to run under Windows.
What’s New for Java Services:
* Now there’s a tutorial that walks you through installing and configuring JavaService
* There’s a tutorial for each version of JavaService
What’s New for Desktop Services:
* JavaService is now included in the JavaDesktopServices product.
JavaServices Requirements:
JavaService is a Windows NT/2000/XP system service (aka Unix daemon process). This means that JavaService is capable of handling a lot of different Java system processes, but you must have one of the following Windows configuration requirements:
* Windows NT/2000/XP
* Windows 2000 SP4 or Windows 2000 SP5
What’s New for Desktop Services:
* Windows Performance Tuning
* Auto-startup
* Now JavaService can be started with Java programs, not just Java applications
* Increased the maximum amount of memory you can use for the Java process
* 64-bit Java Service
* Now there’s a tutorial that walks you through installing and configuring JavaService
What’s New for Desktop Services:
* JavaService is now included in the JavaDesktopServices product.
* JavaService is now more portable as it can be used with applications and services installed on Windows 95/98/ME.
For more information about JavaService:
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JavaService is a powerful Java application server management tool, it can control Java application execution.

Typical scenario:
* Start JavaService service, it will appear as a Windows NT/2000/XP system service.
* Start JavaService service, it will appear as a Windows NT/2000/XP Windows Services.
* JavaService can control your Java programs (running in Windows) in a way that you can stop or start any Java programs.
* Alternatively, JavaService can also be a Java programming API: it is possible to control Java programs by JavaService even if Java is not installed on your system.
* JavaService can integrate with your MS Enterprise Security.
* JavaService can integrate with your MS Exchange or Sun Directory Server.
* JavaService can integrate with your MS Access, to manage the server as if it were an MS Access database.
* You can also export the data of a Web page to a MS Excel spreadsheet program.
* Use Java Service to load to the local machine with the Java 1.2 or above.
* Use Java Service to load to Internet via the Java Web Browser.
* You can use Java Service to load to your phone via Java Service Plugin for Quick Messenger or Java Service Plugin for JavaPhoen.

JavaService Features
* Actions can be triggered by a event such as a message.
* You can trigger a service start or stop from the event.
* You can create a Java service with the Java services templates (see the link on the left-side of the page).
* You can specify a log file name for the Java service, usually be default to the log file name will be “JavaService.log”.
* You can specify the path to the configuration file.
* You can specify the number of times a period action must be executed.
* You can specify the starting and ending time for the action.
* You can specify period action can be triggered by a SMS message.

JavaService help

There are several wizards to help you use JavaService. Use the Help button in the main window (as the image above shows) to access the Help menu:

* Use the Help system and use the built-in help on the main window.
* Use the Help system and use a java service help on the main window.
* Use the built-in help on the menu bar.
* Use the help menu and choose the “index.htm” help to access

What’s New In?

JavaService is an Alpha version of JavaService by Joe M. Lee. It is a Java program running in background in Unix system, to act as a UNIX service provider. You can run JavaService as a Windows NT/2000/XP system service by using JavaService as the service name. By using ‘java’ command, you can bring the JavaService window up and run JavaService, as a Java program, on the Windows NT/2000/XP system. In Unix system, you just type the java command to run the JavaService program.
JavaService Features:
1. JavaService is a Java service, running in background in Unix system as a Windows NT/2000/XP system service. It can be run as a service in Windows NT/2000/XP system.
2. JavaService is a Java program. It is a pure Java program, running with the ‘java’ command. You can run JavaService by specifying the ‘java’ command.
3. It is really easy to run JavaService program on the Windows NT/2000/XP system. You just have to type the ‘java’ command.
4. You can start, stop, kill the JavaService program by the ‘java’ command, and it is done in the Windows NT/2000/XP system.
5. JavaService can also be run as a Windows NT/2000/XP service. If you do not specify the ‘java’ command when you start JavaService, JavaService runs as a Windows NT/2000/XP system service with the name ‘javaService’. This time, you have to start the program like this:’service javaService start’
6. You can specify a program to run when the JavaService is stopped. It can be done by using ‘javaService’ program.
7. You can write your own Java code to start, stop, or run JavaService program.
8. You can specify the startup options for JavaService by adding -XrunHook:hookClass argument to the ‘java’ command.
9. You can create a java environment for the JavaService program.
10. The ‘javaService’ program can take care of JAR files, especially JAR files from web sites.
11. JavaService can run JVMs with available JAR files loaded.
12. You can export JavaService from the JavaService.
13. To run a JavaService program, you should have already installed ‘java’ program.
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System Requirements:

MINIMUM:
OS: Windows XP SP3
Processor: Pentium 4 2.0GHz or faster
Memory: 1GB RAM
Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce 8600 GTS or ATI Radeon HD 3870 or better
DirectX: Version 9.0
Network: Broadband Internet connection
RECOMMENDED:
Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo E8400 @ 2.80GHz or AMD Phenom X2 8450 @ 3.0GHz
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