Subject Re: As a service in windows98, please, help a student
Author mspencewasunavailable
--- In, "jefersonlucio"
<jefersonlucio@...> wrote:
> Hello,
> I am a student of IT, and as part of my project of probation, I
> to develop a service that is active in computer memory, listening
> data on a particular UDP port. The language I was chosen is Borland
> Delphi 7. In Windows XP, simply create a service and install it,
> perfectly well.
> However, some computers that I need to run this program are Windows
> 98, and do not support services of Windows XP, in this case, I
> the program as an single executable without any window, and put to
> start in the key
> registry of the Windows 98. However, when a user logon and logoff,
> Windows 98 finishes the program, taking it from memory, the
> does not survive the logoff process.
> I know that some anti-virus programs and Firebird, are able to
> Windows 98 logoff, without being finalized, I would like a tip
> how to achieve this behaviour, so that I finish my work,
> Many Thanks,
> Jeferson.

Does FB actually survive a logoff on W98?

IIRC, W98 still supported TSR (Terminate and Stay Resident) but I've
no idea whether this would work for you.

Michael D. Spence
Mockingbird Data Systems, Inc.