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From "J.V." <jvsr...@gmail.com>
Subject [daemon] - cannot start service - what are my options?
Date Mon, 01 Oct 2012 19:05:19 GMT

I am attempting to start a service that I just installed with prunsrv.  
The service was created as "automatic" so I would expect it to start 
running after installing but it does not, I do not know why, there is 
nothing in the logs that say it is attempting to start the service or 
that it failed - nada.

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I start the UI manager and the service shows as stopped, I attempt to 
start it but nothing happens, I would expect a popup with an explanation 
if it fails.  It is still stopped.  I check the log files and there is 
no indication of a failure as I would expect.

I have setup all logging options (correct paths & DEBUG).

When I attempt to start via batch file "//TS", I get "  $1 is not a 
valid Win32 application.

I am using the 32bit prunsrv binary.

What does this message mean and how do I fix it?

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When I try to run with "//ES" I get:

The system cannot find the file specified.

Can anyone tell me which file this refers to?  There is nothing more in 
the stdout output and nothing in the log files that would indicate the 
problem.  I have checked all parameters in the "install.bat" file I 
created to install the service.  This is a Java app that I have added 
many jars to a /lib/ directory and included in the classpath properly.
     -Classpath="C:\<path_to_the_jar>;C:\path\lib\*"

the lib\ directory contains dozens of jars and usage of the classpath 
like this with a wild card is valid with jdk 1.6 and above.

If I can get information as to which file is not found I can get this 
going, I have lost a day trying to get this service to run because of 
lousy debugging info that is displayed.  There is pressure from the team 
to use something else (commercial), if I cannot get this going within 
the next hour or so.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

J.V.

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