Windows Media Server-side Playlist Delivery

Updated: November 17, 2007

Applies To: Windows Server 2008

When you use a server-side playlist, you can stream multiple pieces of digital media content as you would with a playlist created by using Windows Media Player (called a client-side playlist). However, in a server-side playlist, you can use additional attributes to further control the behavior of the content. Server-side playlists that are created by content producers, server administrators, or Web page scripts are saved as Windows Media metafiles with a .wsx file name extension.

Windows Media Services includes the Windows Media Playlist Editor, which can be used to create and edit server-side playlists. For more information, see Creating and editing playlists.

Events

Event ID Source Message

339

WMServer

The publishing point '%1' cannot stream the media source from '%2'.

341

WMServer

The publishing point '%1' cannot stream the media source from '%2'. The media source is referenced by '%3'.

343

WMServer

The playlist file '%1' on publishing point '%2' cannot be read.

Related Management Information

Windows Media Playlists

Streaming Media Services

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