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Stopping processes when stopping Windows service.

I am creating a Windows service that will check a request queue
(database) for pending requests. It will then process each individual
request until completed, wait a set time interval and then move on to
the next one in the list. The processing routine could take 1-2
minutes to finish processing one request.

My question is this: If the service is stopped while the process
routine is running, how can I make sure the processing of that one
request finished before shutdown actually occurs? Stopping the
processing of a request in the middle will cause the end result to be

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Nov 21 '05 #1
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