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A Wrapper Class for NT Services

August 1998/A Wrapper Class for NT Services/Listing 4

Listing 4: Header file for MyService class

#ifndef _myserve_h_
#define _myserve_h_

#define LOGGING

#include "ntservice.h"
#include "tapplog.h"

class TAppLog;

class MyService : public NTService
#ifdef LOGGING
    TAppLog*  m_log;
    HANDLE    mhOutfile;
    HANDLE    mhMailslot;
    boolean   m_running;

    MyService( void );
    MyService( MyService& );
//== override these functions from the parent class
    DWORD     Init( DWORD argc, LPTSTR* argv );
    int       Run();
#ifdef LOGGING
    void      InstallAid( void );
    void      LogEvent( LOG_LEVEL, char*, ... );
    void      Error( long line );

//== only support service control Stop
    void      OnStop( void );

    MyService( const char* name, LPSERVICE_MAIN_FUNCTION, 
    ~MyService( void );

/* End of File */

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