Tutorial :Specify LoaderOptimization's for Windows Services



Question:

How do we specify LoaderOptimizations when we are building a Windows Service, we don't have our "Main" method as we would otherwise use

In other words, when we have a simple console application we can:

[LoaderOptimization(LoaderOptimization.MultiDomainHost)]   private static void Main(string[] args)  {  }  

but for a Service, we implement the ServiceBase class and therefore don't have the main method, instead we have an

protected override void OnStart(string[] args)  {  }  

But I am guessing that putting the attribute on that method won't have the same effect?


Solution:1

You will still have a Main method for a Windows Service. It will typically be where you call ServiceBase.Run. The Visual Studio template for a Windows Service project will generate a class called Program that looks something like this and includes the Main() method:

static class Program  {      /// <summary>      /// The main entry point for the application.      /// </summary>      static void Main()      {          ServiceBase[] ServicesToRun;          ServicesToRun = new ServiceBase[]           {               new Service1()           };          ServiceBase.Run(ServicesToRun);      }  }  

You should be able to add an attribute to the Main() method there.


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