These items were checked, and it still did not work.

I am not sure why, but after several uninstalls and reinstalls, via the BAT file, the service finally would start at bootup.

I am concerned since I do not know why it is working now, versus not working earlier.  No parameter changes took place.

Have you checked in the services control panel to see if the Startup Type is set to Manual
or Automatic?
When you install the service (using the batch file provided with JavaServiceWrapper) the
Startup Type should be set to Automatic if wrapper.ntservice.starttype=AUTO_START is in the
wrapper.conf file. However, you can change the Startup Type yourself in the Services Control
panel and it will obey how you set it (not how it"s set in the wrapper.conf file).
I would still recommend having the value in the wrapper.conf file match what you want it to
be in case you decide to uninstall and reinstall the service later on.

-Jeremy Fujimoto-Johnson
Sr. Programmer/Analyst - eTechnology
Adventist Health

>>> stewart.meyer@sr... 6/10/04 12:52:58 PM >>>

I am using the wrapper, on NT 2000, and it seems to be working just fine, except for one

Even though the parameter is set to AUTO_START, when I install the service, or reboot the
machine, the service does not start.  I can start it manually, and it works fine.

Does anyone have any ideas as to why this is happening, or how I can fix it.  I would
rather it start when the machine was booted.

Stewart B. Meyer
Westinghouse Savannah River Company, LLC