|Subject:||Windows Service Application|
|Posted by:||Tom Johnson (tmjohns…@fyldemicro.com)|
|Date:||Sun, 31 Jul 2005|
I am trying to create a windows service application using Borland C++ 6 and
My service is a basic application with a TIdTelnetServer component which
responds with a 'hello' prompt when it sees a connection.
I can compile and run this OK as a standard application so I think the Indy
installation is OK. It seems as soon as I place any Indy component in the
service application it blows the linker up.
All compiles OK but the linker fails with an Access Violation failure.
I can successfully compile and link and run a similar application built in
Anyone any ideas ?.