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That's a great idea! I am not normally a Win32 coder (but seem to be asked to write a lot lately).

I perused the Win32::Process documentation. It looks like I can use the Win32::Process::KillProcess($pid, $exitcode) to stop the process before exiting. The more I think about it, this works great. I actually have two SOAP servers, so I can run them both underneath one NT Service.

The best part is, I plan to make the project support both Win32 and Unix/Linux. Now, the only difference in the project will be the daemon piece (NT Service on Win32 and daemon on UNIX/Linux). Stop the Service/daemon and both SOAP servers stop.


Thank you!

In reply to Re: Re: SOAP in an NT Service by cmilfo
in thread SOAP in an NT Service by cmilfo

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