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Inhouse Developed Windows Services and Clustering

Is it true that any Windows Service developed using .Net Technology is s
Cluster-Aware service, or i have to include specific clustering object
reference in the code.

Thanks in advance.

Aug 9 '06 #1
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Batayneh,

There is nothing in the ServiceBase class that indicates that is is
cluster-aware. It is just a service. If you want something that is
cluster-aware, then you need to program it yourself.

Hope this helps.

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- Nicholas Paldino [.NET/C# MVP]
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"Batayneh" <Ba******@discussions.microsoft.comwrote in message
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Is it true that any Windows Service developed using .Net Technology is s
Cluster-Aware service, or i have to include specific clustering object
reference in the code.

Thanks in advance.

Aug 9 '06 #2
Any well behaved "windows service" can be configured used as a generic
service cluster object (failover object), just as any win32 application can
be used as a "generic" cluster application object

Willy.

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| Cluster-Aware service, or i have to include specific clustering object
| reference in the code.
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| Thanks in advance.
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Aug 11 '06 #3

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