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Certificate Administration Queue Utility

The Certificate Administration Queue Utility generates Web pages that allow the administrator to manage requests in the Server Queue. When the Certificate Administration Queue Utility is started, the browser will display the Microsoft® Certificate Server Queue Administration Web page. Initially this page will display a list view of the beginning of the requested data from the Server Queue. Each row contains a database record for a request, and the rows appear in the order the requests were received. The following illustration shows the Certificate Server Queue Administration Web page:

The Certificate Server Queue Administration Web page provides the following commands:

Command Function
Form View Displays the Microsoft Certificate Server Queue Administration Form Viewer Web page with the data for the currently selected request; or if none is selected, the first request in the currently displayed page.
<< Jumps to the first certificate in the Server Queue and refreshes the list view.
< Selects the request preceding the currently selected request. If the preceding request is not in the currently displayed page, a new query will be generated and the list view will display the preceding page.
> Selects the request following the currently selected request. If the following request is not in the currently displayed page, a new query will be generated and the list view will display the following page.
>> Jumps to the last request in the Server Queue and refreshes the list view.
Requery Refreshes the list view display.

Viewing a Single Request

In the Certificate Queue Administration Web page, click Form View to view the data for the currently selected request. You can also click on the request's link in the far left column of the list view, or double-click anywhere on the certificate row in the list. Now the Microsoft® Certificate Server Queue Administration Form Viewer Web page will display the data for the selected request in form view. The following illustration shows the Certificate Server Queue Administration Form Viewer Web page:

The Certificate Server Queue Administration Form Viewer Web page provides the following commands:

Command Function
Filter Displays the Microsoft Certificate Server Queue Administration Filter Web page for inputting filter parameters to selectively display requests in the Server Queue.
List View Returns to the Certificate Server Queue Administration Web page.
<< Queries and displays data from the first request in the Server Queue.
< Queries and displays data from the request preceding the currently selected request.
> Queries and displays data from the request following the currently selected request.
>> Queries and displays data from the last request in the Server Queue.
Requery Refreshes the Server Queue display.

Note Future versions of the Certificate Administration Queue Utility may allow a request to be selected by inputting its identification number. See the Certificate Server Programmer's Reference for information about how to support this capability in a custom administration tool.

Viewing Requests with the Filter

In the Microsoft® Certificate Server Queue Administration Form Viewer Web page, click Filter to enter filter criteria for viewing requests with the filter. Click Apply to apply the filter criteria and List View to return to the Certificate Server Queue Administration Web page. Only requests that match the filter criteria will be displayed in the list view of the Certificate Server Queue Administration Web page. The following illustration shows the Certificate Server Queue Administration Filter Web page:

The Certificate Form Viewer Filter Web page provides the following commands:

Command Function
Apply Applies the filter criteria to the database query.
Cancel Cancels or removes the filter criteria from the database query.
List View Returns to the Certificate Server Queue Administration Web page.


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