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Windows Service Wrapper

Intro 

The Win32 Wrapper, Makes Jetty Running as a Windows NT Service Possible.
The Win32Wrapper makes use of Java Service Wrapper,  see http://wrapper.tanukisoftware.org

Quick Start Guide

installing jetty as windows service

Starting jetty as windows service

 Stopping jetty as windows service

 Removing jetty as windows service

 Configuring Windows Service Wrapper

Setting a Jetty Configuration XML

 Setting a Jetty Configuration XML for Windows Service Wrapper can be done by editing jetty-service.conf found in your <jetty-root>/bin

change the

 to any jetty xml configuration of your choice

Example:

you can also set multiple jetty configuration XMLs, Just add a new line of configuration code, following the pattern below:

 Example:

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