|DCOM server in Windows NT Service|
|Creating a DCOM server that works as a Windows NT Service|
The Borland Delphi is an excellent RAD tool. The new version 1 of it, the Delphi 4, has some new capabilities. In particular it can create Windows NT service applications. The implementation of services in Delphi is advanced enough. One can create multi-services application, the configuration of services is easy and etc.
The Delphi has also an excellent set of com-related tools. One can create and use COM/DCOM servers, ActiveX controls. It is easy too. But what about DCOM server that works as Windows NT service? Is it possible to create it in common way using Delphi experts? Suppose one creates a service application and then adds an automation object to it. Is this application a DCOM server in a service? The answer is "NO". It was a great surprise for me, but it is really so 2. Read the topics below to make sure of it. There is also a short review of actions that should be done to force the Delphi-written COM server to work as a service.
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