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BACKUP_NODE_TREE Structure

Exchange Server 2003

BACKUP_NODE_TREE Structure

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The BACKUP_NODE_TREE structure represents a single node in a tree of servers. This structure is returned by the HrESEBackupRestoreGetNodes Function.

Syntax

typedef struct {
    wchar *wszName;
    unsigned long fFlags;
    ESE_ICON_DESCRIPTION iconDescription;
    struct BACKUP_NODE_TREE *pNextNode;
    struct BACKUP_NODE_TREE *pChildNode;
} BACKUP_NODE_TREE;

Members

wszName
Display name of the node.
fFlags
The type of the node. Can contain the following bit-mapped flags: BACKUP_NODE_TYPE_MACHINE (0x00000001), BACKUP_NODE_TYPE_ANNOTATION (0x00000010), and BACKUP_NODE_TYPE_DISPLAY (0x00000100).
iconDescription
ESE_ICON_DESCRIPTION Structure containing the icon bitmap image that can be used by the backup client to represent the node.
pNextNode
Pointer to the next node on the same level of the tree. If there are no more nodes at this level of the tree, pNextNode will be NULL.
pChildNode
Pointer to the first node in the next level of the tree. If there are no child nodes, pChildNode will be NULL.

Structure Information

Minimum availability Exchange 2000 Server
Minimum operating systems Windows 2000
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