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Once you have the web page in place, you can test CAML constructs to call various methods. These constructs use nearly the same parameters as we used in the GET and POST forms, but they are formatted as CAML fragments. As an example, you can take the following code and execute the Save method twice in a single batch to add two tasks to a list. Just be sure to substitute the GUID of your task list for the one in the code sample: <ows:Batch Version="6.0.2.5608" OnError="Return"> <Method ID="0,Save"> <SetList Scope="Request">2DBAFFF2-583D-49F4-9546-C80F4B57E58B</SetList> <SetVar Name="Cmd">Save</SetVar> <SetVar Name="ID">New</SetVar> <SetVar Name="urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:office#Title">Task1</SetVar> </Method> <Method ID="1,Save"> <SetList Scope="Request">2DBAFFF2-583D-49F4-9546-C80F4B57E58B</SetList>
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CHAPTER 2 DATABASES, WEB SERVICES, AND PROTOCOLS
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<SetVar Name="Cmd">Save</SetVar> <SetVar Name="ID">New</SetVar> <SetVar Name="urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:office#Title">Task2</SetVar> </Method> </ows:Batch> While we ve covered the basics of the WSS RPC protocol, there are still many different methods and parameters to investigate. This web page will help you test various methods. When you use it in combination with the information contained in the SDK, you should be able to arrive at the correct syntax for any supported operation.
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Along with lists and libraries, WSS developers are interested in understanding and managing areas, sites, webs, and their relationships. This is especially true if you have installed SharePoint Portal Server (SPS) on top of WSS. Because SPS functions to aggregate sites and information into areas, developers are often interested in displaying the logical site hierarchy. Figure 2-8 shows an example of displaying the site hierarchy using a tree.
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Figure 2-8. A site hierarchy
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The information for all WSS sites is maintained in the Sites table. The term site in WSS always refers to a top-level web site that has a security boundary associated with it. Additionally, the portal home page associated with SPS is also a site. This means that SPS and every WSS site are
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actually peers whose information is all stored in the Sites table. The Sites table schema is made up of fields that contain information about the various sites, but you will use little of this information in custom applications. Instead, you will make use of the Webs table. The information for all areas, sites, and webs is maintained in the Webs table. The term webs in WSS refers to any and all browser destinations. This includes top-level sites, subsites, areas, and the portal home. This is all very confusing because sites and webs are terms that people use every day in different ways. The best way to think about it is that a site is a web, but a web is not necessarily a site. All of this means that some of the information in the Sites table also appears in the Webs table. Unlike the Sites table, however, the Webs table is intended to be accessed recursively to build a hierarchy. This is possible because the Webs table has a ParentWebId field that contains the identifier for the parent web. With this knowledge, you can identify the root of the site hierarchy using the following query: SELECT Id, Title, FullUrl AS URL, Description FROM dbo.Webs WHERE (ParentWebId IS NULL) AND (FullUrl = '') Because the portal home and all WSS top-level sites are peers, you will find that the ParentWebID field is null for all of these sites. However, the difference lies in the FullUrl field, which is an empty string for the portal home, but not for top-level sites. Using this knowledge, you can return the complete set of top-level WSS sites using the following query: SELECT Id, Title, FullUrl AS URL, Description FROM dbo.Webs WHERE (ParentWebId IS NULL) AND (FullUrl <> '') AND (FullUrl IS NOT NULL) ORDER BY WebTemplate,Title Once you have returned the portal home and top-level sites, you can build out the web tree underneath by recursively querying the Webs table with the identifier returned from the previous query. When you return the webs, always be sure to return the WebTemplate field with the query. The WebTemplate field identifies the type of web that is returned, such as team site, meeting site, or document workspace. Table 2-14 lists the values for the WebTemplate field and the type of web represented. Table 2-14. WebTemplate Values
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