vb.net windows service 
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 vb.net windows service


That's by design, meaning the idea of a Windows Service is for it to run
unattended. Perhaps you can create a Windows app that checks the status, and
can start and stop the service?

Carsten Thomsen
Database Programming with VB .NET
( http://www.*-*-*.com/ )

> Hi all,
> I am try to create an windows service with vb.net and will
> add some GUI components - but it doesn' t work.

> No form, no notification icon, even a MessageBox will not
> be displayed!

> Are there any hints for me?

> Greetings and thanks in advance
> Sven

Sat, 03 Jul 2004 18:41:03 GMT  
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