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DISCLAIMER: The following information is for example purposes only. It is not official documentation on the best practice for getting the Operator Console installed as a Windows Service. This is meant to guide you in the right direction and point out some of the important aspects to get it up and running. The wrapper.conf here is an example of what I used to get everything working in my environment. Your experience may vary.
Do you have a working Opalis Operator Console?
Does it run in an interactive CMD window under a specific user context who must remain logged in?
Would you prefer the Opalis Operator Console be installed as a Windows Service?
If you answered ‘Yes’ to the above questions, boy do we have a treat for you!
The following instructions and video will demonstrate what it takes to install the Opalis Operator Console as a Windows Service!
NOTE: See File Attachment "Opalis_OpsConsole_AAS_Goods.zip" for the wrapper.conf and Opalis_OpsConsole_AAS_Recording_Slides.pptx files.
Available Tanuki wrapper.exe Commands:
TEST the wrapper.exe Service:
INSTALL the wrapper.exe Service:
UNINSTALL the wrapper.exe Service:
Recently released (January 2011) by Kelverion, a new utility has been developed that can be used to fully assist with the install of the Opalis Operator Console as well as configure it as a service. Information about this utility is available here, and a demo is available here.