Fixlet or Task

The schema for Fixlets is similar to the schema for tasks. This is their combined schema:

<Fixlet> | <Task>
    <Title> xs:normalizedString </Title> [1]
        This is the Fixlet name.
    <Description> xs:string </Description> [1]
        The description is treated as HTML that is used to construct
        the Fixlet body
        for the “Description” tab of the console Fixlet document.
    <Relevance> RelevanceString </Relevance> [0..*]
        Each relevance element is shown as a separate relevance clause
        in the console Fixlet document. The Fixlet is reported as
        relevant only for computers for which every relevance clauses
        evaluates to true.
  <GroupRelevance JoinByIntersection="xs:boolean"> [1]
        The content of this tag includes any number of the search component
        types in any order:
    <SearchComponentRelevance> SearchComponentRelevance
    </SearchComponentRelevance> [0..*]
    <SearchComponentPropertyReference> SearchComponentPropertyReference
    </SearchComponentPropertyReference> [0..*]
    <SearchComponentGroupReference> SearchComponentGroupReference
    </SearchComponentGroupReference> [0..*]
        As of version 7.0, it became possible for Fixlets, Tasks,
        Baselines, and Analyses to have Relevance definitions in
        the same form as computer group definitions. You can
        access this functionality in the console by going to
        the Relevance tab of the Create Fixlet Dialog and selecting
        the option for "computers matching the following criteria".
        The XML for such a Fixlet would have a GroupRelevance tag
        instead of a Relevance tag, in the same form as the XML
        for computer groups.
    <Category> xs:normalizedString </Category> [0..1]
        Displayed on the “details” tab of the Fixlet document
        and in the Fixlet tree/list.
    <WizardData> ... </WizardData> [0..1]
        For use by wizards. Not used for importing through
        the console or through the Server API.
    <DownloadSize> xs:nonNegativeInteger </DownloadSize> [0..1]
        The total number of bytes of all downloads in the
        Fixlet's action.
    <Source> xs:normalizedString </Source> [0..1]
    <SourceID> xs:normalizedString </SourceID> [0..1]
    <SourceReleaseDate> NonNegativeDate </SourceReleaseDate> [0..1]
        Must be of the form YYYY-MM-DD.
    <SourceSeverity> xs:normalizedString </SourceSeverity> [0..1]
    <CVENames> xs:normalizedString </CVENames> [0..1]
    <SANSID> xs:normalizedString </SANSID> [0..1]
        DownloadSize, Source, SourceID, SourceReleaseDate,
        SourceSeverity, CVENames, and SANSID are extra
        information about a Fixlet that are displayed
        on the “details” tab of the Fixlet document and
        in the Fixlet tree/list.
    <DefaultAction> FixletAction </DefaultAction> [0..1]
    <Action> FixletAction </Action> [0..*]
    <MIMEField> [0..*]
        <Name> xs:string </Name> [1]
        <Value> xs:string </Value> [1]
        Some external Fixlets are tagged with special pieces
        of data in the form of MIME fields. They are then
        used by dashboards and wizards. These fields are
        preserved when Fixlets are exported and imported.
        You should only add these special fields if you want
        to access them from dashboards or wizards.
</Fixlet> | </Task>