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Application Attribute Elements

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Application attribute elements define key properties of the application, including the types of SIP messages to filter and whether the application is a script-only application.

The term "application attribute element" refers to any element that is contained in the applicationManifest element, with the exception of the splScript element. The splScript element is the application's message filtering script element. In an application manifest, application attribute elements must always precede the message filtering script element (the splScript element).

Microsoft Office Communications Server 2007 R2 supports the following application attribute elements.

Element

Description

allowRegistrationBeforeUserServices Element

Specifies whether an application should be allowed to register before the UserServices module.

serverFilter Element

Specifies the role of the server on which the application must run.

proxyByDefault Element

Specifies default proxy behavior for the application.

requestFilter Element

Specifies which requests the server passes to the application.

responseFilter Element

Specifies which classes of response that the server passes to the application.

file Element

Specifies a text file that is a data source for use by the MSPL script contained in the message filtering script element (the splScript element).

column Element

Identifies one or more columns of data that the message filtering script reads when accessing the data file specified by the parent file element.

scriptOnly Element

When present, indicates that the application is an MSPL script-only application.

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