|Re: [jetty-users] Starting jetty8 as a service on windows
The community edition of JavaServiceWrapper does not support the 64 bit architecture. And in our application we support only 64 bit.
If this is the only option we may consider buying license for JavaServiceWrapper standard/Professional version.
From: jetty-users-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:jetty-users-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx]
On Behalf Of Joakim Erdfelt
You have 2 choices.
1) use a native service wrapper to bridge the requirements of Windows services and Java applications.
2) embed jetty into your application using embedded-jetty techniques, then develop and create your own native executable that can start your java application while exposing the native service hooks.
With that being said, why is using a java service wrapper a negative to you?
We tend to like procrun / prunserv from Apache Commons-Daemon ourselves.
On Wed, Dec 18, 2013 at 5:08 AM, Tripathi, Harikesh <Harikesh.Tripathi@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
For my application which we ship with jetty as a webserver, I want to start jetty as a service on windows.
Is there any other way to start jetty 8 as a service on Windows instead of using Java Service Wrapper or any other similar wrappers around it.
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