From the top of my head, in the TService's Execute method:
while not Terminated do
There is also 1 or 2 NT service examples coming with ICS. Also you can
use a normal GUI also as service. I have a little class for it you can
download from my site. Advantage is that the same exe can run as GUI and
as service, so easy for maintenance and debugging.
Thursday, June 23, 2005, 13:59, Dave wrote:
> I'm trying to create a service app which checks the status of 80 remote
> printers by accessing their web pages using the ICS HTTP Client
> asynchronously. I initially put the code in a GUI app to test it, then
> tried to move it to a service and discovered that there is no
> Application.ProcessMessages method so I don't seem to be able to make the
> main procedure loop until the event is triggered.
> In the main execute function I just want to wait until each of the requests
> responds & triggers the OnRequestDone event. How can I do this in a service
> The only alternatives I can see are either make the app threaded & to put
> each of the requests into a separate thread & use the synchronous calls, or
> process them sequentially synchronously in the main execute function.
> Any ideas?
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