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Task Wizard XML File Viewer and XSLT Sample Application

Exchange Server 2003

Task Wizard XML File Viewer and XSLT Sample Application

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The Microsoft® Exchange Server 2003 Task Wizard provides administrators with powerful automated operations, such as bulk mailbox creation, moving mailboxes between stores, and so on. The Task Wizard, part of the Exchange System Manager, records its results in XML files. The topics in this section describe the sample application that can be used to view the XML files.

Using Task Wizard XML Files

You can attach a custom XSL (or XSLT) style sheet to the file by adding a second processing statement similar to the following:

<?xml-stylesheet type="text/xsl" href="TaskWizardRun.xslt"?>

Microsoft Internet Explorer 6 and later can automatically apply the XSL style sheet to the XML data.

Using the Example Task Wizard File Viewer and XSLT

The Exchange Server 2003 SDK includes an example XSLT style sheet, and an example viewer created as a HyperText Application. The viewer and XSLT file are located in the TaskWizard folder under the Exchange SDK installation folder. Start the viewer by double-clicking on the TaskWizard.hta file. The XSLT is named TaskWizardRun.xslt. The complete source code for the viewer and the XSLT are provided for your use and extension.

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