There are 3 file types use the .JTX file extension:
1. ESE Transaction Log
Log file generated by the Extensible Storage Engine (ESE), a database engine developed by Microsoft as part of the Windows API; stores records of changes to the database over time; used for backup and restore operations.
The ESE technology was introduced with Windows 2000, but not all components of the API are available in all versions of Windows. ESE technology is used by programs such as Microsoft Exchange Server.
|Microsoft Exchange Server||Commercial|
Updated: September 22, 2011
2. Jrju Text File
Text file written using the JTX markup format, which is used for specifying the content of an HTML notebook; contains a table or contents and notebook page data; allows Jrju to build a hierarchical notebook with cross-references and HTML links.
Jrju is distributed as Perl script that generates HTML files from a JTX text file.
Updated: October 8, 2011
3. XPS Document
Document formatted in the XML Paper Specification (XPS) page description language, which was originally developed by Microsoft; defines page layout, appearance, and printing information; can be used for storing various personal and professional documents.
By default, the ".jtx" extension is set as an XPS document file association in Windows 7, although the file extension is rarely used for XPS documents. The default extension for XPS documents is .XPS.
|Microsoft XPS Viewer||Included|
Updated: August 24, 2011