(PECL)win32_start_service_ctrl_dispatcher -- Registers the script with the SCM, so that it can act as the service with the given name
When launched via the Service Control Manager, a service process is required to "check-in" with it to establish service monitoring and communication facilities. This function performs the check-in by spawning a thread to handle the lower-level communication with the service control manager.
Once started, the service process should continue to check-in with the service control manager so that it can determine if it should terminate. This is achieved by periodically calling win32_get_last_control_message() and handling the return code appropriately.
The short-name of the service, as registered by win32_create_service().
Example 1. A win32_start_service_ctrl_dispatcher() example
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