Re: [xep-support] Run XEPWin as Windows service

From: Angelina Andriasyan <>
Date: Thu Jun 09 2005 - 23:47:57 PDT

Hello, Sefy.

ActiXEP is indeed service-based application that is based on Cliser
Windows service. Hence, the service name is Cliser. ActiXEP will not
show up in Windows Service list. ActiXEP just uses the service. So,
there is nothing related to XEP in the service list, but Cliser.
Thus, you can run the windows service only trough Cliser which has the
standart start-procedure.

Best regards,
Angelina Andriasyan

Sefy Kagarlitsky wrote:

> Hello,
> In it's said that:
> "New with XEPWin is ActiXEP, a Windows-based hot folder application.
> ActiXEP is a GUI and *service-based *application."
> Is the meaning of service-based is Windows Service?
> If yes, what's the name of this service? Why don't I see anything
> related to XEP (except Cliser) in the service list?
> If no, how can I run XEP as a windows service?
> Thanks,
> Sefy.

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Received on Fri Jun 10 00:16:43 2005

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