Method ServiceController():logSuccess() Foundation
Handles a successful control command.
:logSuccess( <nSuccess> ) --> self
This class method returns the class object.
Whenever one of the operations :install(), :uninstall(), :start(), :stop(), :pause() or :continue() is successfully executed, this class method is called with one of the constants shown in the next table. They are listed in the SERVICE.CH file.
|SERVICE_MSG_CREATE_SUCCESS||Service successfully installed|
|SERVICE_MSG_DELETE_SUCCESS||Service successfully uninstalled|
|SERVICE_MSG_START_SUCCESS||Service successfully started|
|SERVICE_MSG_PAUSE_SUCCESS||Service successfully paused|
|SERVICE_MSG_STOP_SUCCESS||Service successfully stopped|
|SERVICE_MSG_CONTINUE_SUCCESS||Service successfully continued|
By default, this method does not perform any action. However, it may be overloaded in a derived class to implement the desired behaviour for monitoring successful operations.
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