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I'm trying to make a service that check if a new file is created in a specific folder. I use this code

fwFichierImp.Pa th = "c:\Test\
fwFichierImp.Fi lter = "
fwFichierImp.In cludeSubdirecto ries = Tru
fwFichierImp.No tifyFilter = NotifyFilters.C reationTim
fwFichierImp.En ableRaisingEven ts = Tru
AddHandler fwFichierImp.Cr eated, AddressOf ImpFichie

but the Handler doesn't execute the code. In the handler I only write an entry into the Log. I use LocalSystem to install my service. If I write into the Log in the OnStart it work perfectly but not in the handler

Thanks for any help you can provide.
Nov 20 '05 #1
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