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Q&A: Why doesn’t Srvany Close my Application when I Stop the Service?

  We use Srvany to run our Java application as a service. It starts fine but when we stop the service our Java application does not close. We have to kill the java.exe process in Task Manager. That’s not supposed to … Continue reading

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Q & A: How do I get AlwaysUp to run Java.exe in the PATH?

  I run a Java program EchoLink Proxy as part of Ham Radio networking. A routine update replaced the Java folder with its new version number thus my AlwaysUp Application field to run the program needed manual edit from: C:\Program Files … Continue reading

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Q & A: How can I see my Java Console Window when Running as a Service with AlwaysUp?

  I am running a Java application as a windows service with AlwaysUp. My JAR starts up fine and seems to be working as expected but I can’t see the Java console window to make sure that there are no errors. … Continue reading

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“Running our Commercial Java Applications as Windows Services is Easy with AlwaysUp”

      Incorporated in 2007 and driven by new opportunities in the “Internet-of-Things” (IoT) market, CartaSense offers end-to-end monitoring and alerting capabilities for cold-chain, agricultural and asset security applications. CartaSense provides complete field proven systems using wireless sensors, gateways and cloud … Continue reading

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