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Automate routine tasks with Windows Services

By MaryWeilage Editor ·
This week's .NET newsletter is part one of Tony Patton's two-part column, "Automate routine tasks with Windows Services." Part one details how to create a Windows Service.

Will you create a Windows Service in order to automate routine tasks? How much time do you think you could save if you create a Windows Service?

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Install and set up a Windows Service

by MaryWeilage Editor In reply to Automate routine tasks wi ...

In this week's .NET newsletter, author Tony Patton shows you how to install and execute a Windows Service.

Do you plan to use the code to create, install, and set up a Windows Service?

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Missing newsletter

by petersuter In reply to Install and set up a Wind ...

Suppose, just suppose for a minute that I got the 2nd part of the article in my email but missed the first part. When I visit the 2nd part on the web I can see the body of the newsletter, but there be no way to see the first part.
It started out an interesting newsletter with a dead end. How do I see the whole article?

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Ditto Here

by Bucky Kaufman (MCSD) In reply to Missing newsletter

I had the same problem.
I read part 1 and was *eagerly* awaiting part 2.
Now I can't find part one - and neither is available in a printable version.

This is one I wanna print out and add to my toolbox.

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Would you like me to e-mail you part one?

by MaryWeilage Editor In reply to Ditto Here

I apologize for the inconvenience. We don't archive the .NET newsletter on the Builder.com site, but I'd be happy to e-mail you a copy of part one.

To let me know which e-mail address you prefer I send it to, please e-mail me at Enews2@cnet.com.

Thank you,
Mary Weilage
Newsletter Editor

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Thanks

by petersuter In reply to Would you like me to e-ma ...

From my point of view the .net docs are missing a few bits 'n pieces; with the help of part 2 of the article I was able to get my windows service up and running.
Thanks!

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Would you like me to e-mail you part one?

by MaryWeilage Editor In reply to Missing newsletter

I apologize for the inconvenience. We don't archive the .NET newsletter on the Builder.com site, but I'd be happy to e-mail you a copy of part one.

To let me know which e-mail address you prefer I send it to, please e-mail me at Enews2@cnet.com.

Thank you,
Mary Weilage
Newsletter Editor

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