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Table A-15. ServiceController Members
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Member Description Property CanPauseAndContinue Returns the value of the CanPauseAndContinue property of the service. CanShutdown Returns the value of the CanShutdown property of the service. Returns the value of the CanStop property of the service. CanStop Gets a ServiceController array containing the services that depend on DependentServices this service. Gets or sets the value of the DisplayName property of the service. DisplayName Gets or sets the name of the machine where the service is located. MachineName Returns the value of the ServiceName property of the service. ServiceName ServicesDependedOn Gets a ServiceController array containing the services that this service depends on. Gets the status of the service represented by a value from the Status System.ServiceProcess.ServiceControllerStatus enumeration.
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Closes the ServiceController instance and frees used resources. Executes the OnContinue method of the service; throws InvalidOperationException if the CanPauseAndContinue property of the service isn't true. Works only if the service Status property is Paused. Executes the OnCustomCommand method of the service; an application-specific int argument identifies the command to perform. Executes the OnPause method of the service; throws InvalidOperationException if the CanPauseAndContinue property of the service isn't true. Works only if the service has a Status of Running. Executes the OnStart method of the service. Optionally takes a String array to pass to the service as an argument. Works only if the service Status property is Stopped. Executes the OnStop method of the service; throws InvalidOperationException if the CanStop property of the service isn't true. Works only if the service Status property is Running.
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Assemblies can be private or shared. Private assemblies can be used by only one application, and the assemblies that the application comprises are stored together. Shared assemblies are available for use by many applications and can be stored in a shared directory, a network server, or a managed assembly store known as the global assembly cache (GAC). This appendix explains how to create a shared assembly and illustrates the benefits of providing common functionality in this manner. Private assemblies are discussed in 3, "Creating Assemblies."
Creating a Shared Assembly
Assembly names affect how an assembly can be used. Private assemblies have a name that is unique among the assemblies that make up the application. Shared assemblies have a strong name, which consists of the assembly name, the version, and culture information and relies on public key cryptography to ensure that the strong name is globally unique. Strong names incorporate a digital signature to ensure that the contents of an assembly cannot be modified after creation. When an application loads an assembly, the common language runtime (CLR) checks the contents of the file to ensure that no changes have occurred. Creating a strong name is a simple process; the first step is to create a file containing a key pair that will be used to sign the assembly. (Existing key files can be used if available.) The following command uses the Strong Name Tool (sn.exe) to generate a key file named myKey.snk in the local directory:
sn k myKey.snk
In the following example, we'll use the C# compiler to build a single-file assembly, so we'll create a file named AssemblyInfo.cs that contains the global attributes required to generate the strong name. The contents of the file are listed here:
using System.Reflection; using System.Runtime.CompilerServices; [assembly: AssemblyCulture("")] [assembly: AssemblyVersion("1.0.0.0")] [assembly: AssemblyKeyFile("myKey.snk")]
Our metadata specifies that the assembly can be used by any culture (the assembly is said to be culture-neutral), that this is version 1.0.0.0 of the assembly, and that the key pair can be found in the myKey.snk file. Our shared assembly will contain the StringPrinter class, stored in a file named StringPrinter.cs, the contents of which are listed here:
public class StringPrinter { public void printString(string messageString) { System.Console.WriteLine("Message: " + messageString); } }
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