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Task Scheduler API error

Posted on 2014-02-19
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I am getting an error " 0x80041318 : The task XML contains a value which is incorrectly formatted or out of range "  while registering a task in RegisterTaskDefinition(..)  method attached the code snippet.

Getting error when  I used the code pTimeTrigger->put_StartBoundary( _bstr_t(wTime));

When I had code the time values like  pTimeTrigger->put_StartBoundary( _bstr_t(L"2014-02-18T15:46:00") ); error is not getting  

Please advise how to use the time format

Thanks in advance.
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Please post a copy of your code snippet.  You can also check out an article I wrote about code for the task schedule to see if that helps - VBScript and Task Scheduler 2.0
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