Windows Vista Handles Interactive services quite differently than
previous versions of Windows.
For security reasons, it no longer allows interactive services to run
along side other non-secure applications as they can access each other
via their windows. To avoid this, the servicee is forced to display
itself in an isolated desktop. I believe that is what you are seeing.
I am going to do some more research on this and come up with a
suggested way of handling this.
On Mon, Mar 2, 2009 at 8:56 PM, Tested Java +ve <email@example.com> wrote:
> Hi Leif,
> Now I am able to see the GUI's.
> But I m caught in a another scenario..
> I found out that the service running my application doesn't start any kind
> of java.exe or javaw.exe process.
> but it run's the client request.
> Also its mandatory for my application to start the exe without any User
> Because currently I have to select between the current desktop and
> interactive desktop which is being poped up by user request.In my case there
> will be no one to select between these options on the remote machine on
> which the service is running.
> How can we avoid this?
> Environment:Windows Vista Home Basic
> JRE : 6
> Leif Mortenson-2 wrote:
>> This could be getting caused by any number of things. I would need
>> more information to say for sure.
>> My first guess is that your service is not being run as an interactive
>> service. That alone would explain why the GUI is not visible.
>> See this page:
>> On Mon, Feb 16, 2009 at 6:05 PM, Tested Java +ve <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>>> Hi all,
>>> I have a RMI-Application,which runs fine as Standalone.But after starting
>>> the application as a service
>>> it start's the required exe's in process tree but not as a application.
>>> The Structure is a Client/Administrator will start a particular exe on a
>>> machine on which the Service is running.
>>> I have created the Service for the RMI-Server specific files using
>>> After starting the java.exe process the service starts the exes but in as
>>> process and doesn't pop up the
>>> application window.
>>> For eg:If I request to start a mspaint the process mspaint.exe starts but
>>> doesnot pop up the paint window...
>>> Can any one find the bottleneck in this
>>> Thanks in Advance
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