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Issue Tracking Application

Exchange Server 2003

Issue Tracking Application

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The Issue Tracking application demonstrates how to create advanced Microsoft® Exchange Server 2003-based Microsoft ASP.NET applications with Microsoft Visual Studio® .NET. The Issue Tracking application runs in the Microsoft .NET Framework, and allows groups to track issues between people in other groups, companies, or organizations. Companies, contacts, and issues are stored in an Exchange store, and can be viewed using the Issue Tracking application, Microsoft Outlook®, or other custom applications that have access to the Public Folders hierarchy.




The Issue Tracking application is a three-tier system typical of ASP.NET applications based on the .NET Framework. The Microsoft Internet Explorer client receives HTML and XML data from the Issue Tracking application, which runs on the Microsoft Windows® server operating systems Server. The application tier communicates via XML over WebDAV to the Exchange Server 2003, which also runs on Windows server Server.

The application and server tiers typically run on separate computers. The Issue Tracking application also supports running both the application and server tiers on the same computer.

The following topics provide more information about installing, using and understanding the Issue Tracking application.

System Requirements


Architecture and Design

Using the Application