Java Service Solaris
I have searched a lot on google but i am unable to find a solution to this.
I have made a java application that runs in Solaris.
Now i want to make a Unix Daemon that starts the application in background (as a service)
The application should stop when Solaris is shutdown.
Everything should be automatic......
Please give me the exact steps to do this.....
I tried with Java Service Wrapper but it requires to register a license to use it on Domain level.
Please give me other easy option to do the above.....
have you checked into the java service wrapper?
you can also have the java app kickoff on boot up using the rc files.
Java Service in Solaris / Linux
Java Service Wrapper requires a license......
please give any other alternative........
I want particularly in OpenSolaris.....
you may want to try YAJSW (Yet Another Java Service Wrapper)
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