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[Win32] Не прописать, а написать 11.05.01 17:53  Число просмотров: 611
Автор: SerpentFly Статус: Незарегистрированный пользователь
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Вообще-то ее придется переписать в соответствии с требованиями предьявляемыми к сервисам. Немного я вставил сюда (надеюсь с английским проблемы нет), а вообще читай MSDN.

When designing a service executable, you must concern yourself with three kinds of functions:


Process's entry-point function This function is your standard (w)main or (w)WinMain function with which you should be extremely familiar by now. For a service, this function initializes the process as a whole and then calls a special function that connects the process with the local system's SCM. At this point, the SCM takes control of your primary thread for its own purposes. Your code will regain control only when all of the services in the executable have stopped running.


Service's ServiceMain function You must implement a ServiceMain function for each service contained inside your executable file. To run a service, the SCM spawns a thread in your process that executes your ServiceMain function. When the thread returns from ServiceMain, the SCM considers the service stopped. Note that this function does not have to be called ServiceMain; you can give it any name you desire.


Service's HandlerEx function Each service must have a HandlerEx function associated with it. The SCM communicates with the service by calling the service's HandlerEx function. The code in the HandlerEx function is executed by your process's primary thread. The HandlerEx function either executes the necessary action, or it must communicate the SCM's instructions to the thread that is executing the service's ServiceMain function by using some form of interthread communication. Note that each service can have its own HandlerEx function, or multiple services (in a single executable) can share a single HandlerEx function. One of the parameters passed to the HandlerEx function indicates which service the SCM wishes to communicate with. Note that this function does not have to be called HandlerEx; you can give it any name you desire.
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[Win32] Люди как программу сервисом в win2000 прописать? (empty) 11.05.01 12:18  
Автор: Pastor Статус: Незарегистрированный пользователь
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[Win32] Не прописать, а написать 11.05.01 17:53  
Автор: SerpentFly Статус: Незарегистрированный пользователь
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Вообще-то ее придется переписать в соответствии с требованиями предьявляемыми к сервисам. Немного я вставил сюда (надеюсь с английским проблемы нет), а вообще читай MSDN.

When designing a service executable, you must concern yourself with three kinds of functions:


Process's entry-point function This function is your standard (w)main or (w)WinMain function with which you should be extremely familiar by now. For a service, this function initializes the process as a whole and then calls a special function that connects the process with the local system's SCM. At this point, the SCM takes control of your primary thread for its own purposes. Your code will regain control only when all of the services in the executable have stopped running.


Service's ServiceMain function You must implement a ServiceMain function for each service contained inside your executable file. To run a service, the SCM spawns a thread in your process that executes your ServiceMain function. When the thread returns from ServiceMain, the SCM considers the service stopped. Note that this function does not have to be called ServiceMain; you can give it any name you desire.


Service's HandlerEx function Each service must have a HandlerEx function associated with it. The SCM communicates with the service by calling the service's HandlerEx function. The code in the HandlerEx function is executed by your process's primary thread. The HandlerEx function either executes the necessary action, or it must communicate the SCM's instructions to the thread that is executing the service's ServiceMain function by using some form of interthread communication. Note that each service can have its own HandlerEx function, or multiple services (in a single executable) can share a single HandlerEx function. One of the parameters passed to the HandlerEx function indicates which service the SCM wishes to communicate with. Note that this function does not have to be called HandlerEx; you can give it any name you desire.
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