Tuesday, February 16, 2016

Windows Services and Event Logs


Short video demonstrating event viewer events created by installing and running a Windows Service.
The course can be seen here "Windows Service Programming in C# .Net For Coders & Students".

Point in showing the Windows event viewer here is to give the student a general sense of how Windows Services operate. The exercise also prepares them for debugging in future, where they might get stuck in a production scenario looking desperately for clues.
If anybody has got any questions on the subject, I'm always available to answer those.

Just by a stroke of sheer luck, I have done a lot of work on Windows services on my full time job. I show how to do it using C# .Net in this course but as a matter of fact I've created Windows Service applications using C++ as well.
That was for a thing that acted as an intermediary between NEC NEAX telephone exchange and Avaya handsets. Our thing would allow users to invoke a call recording web service from their IP phones.
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