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What we are doing with this code is getting a reference to our newly created column and attaching that column s LookupList property to the ID of a list in the root web of our site collection. Note that the ID of a list is a GUID, while the LookupList expects a string. You also set the LookupWebId to the root web ID. This allows you to use the lookup column correctly in child sites regardless of where in the site hierarchy you add the column.
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Note You are adding { and } to the LookupList string to enable the site column to properly reference
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the list in child sites. Omitting the curly brackets will cause the lookup to fail in child sites.
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This code is not very dynamic, but it serves the purpose, which is to understand what you need to do to get a LookupField to work.
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OK, we have started building the Empire Times newspaper s web site and created a field type and some site columns. Although these columns may not be the most exiting or sexy aspects in the world of SharePoint, they are still vital to getting a site working the way you want. In the next chapter, we will take our solution one step further and add a list template and a list based on that template.
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ith our first building blocks in place, we should now start looking at what content we should include in our newspaper. No, I m not talking about which articles would provide the best readership but rather how the content is built. Structuring content is a lot easier with content types, but we also get a lot of other benefits, as you saw in 8. Now it is time to see how you can harness the power and coolness of content types to create a great user experience.
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Mission Objective
In this chapter, we will practice creating content types and create a simple content type hierarchy for use in our Empire Times web site. We will create three different content types to hold a root NewsArticle type, and we ll have two child types, a Series article and Stand-alone article, derive from that root type. We will utilize the site columns we created in the previous chapter. We will also discover a few gotchas for content type deployment. Finally, we will add an event receiver to our content type to make sure editors do not delete or modify the news in any way we do not approve.
Content Type Startup
We established in 8 that content types are exceptionally cool. Or rather, I told you, and you are of course free to disagree, but I will assume that you at least want to explore how to build content types so you can make up your mind. So, let s get down to business.
CHAPTER 12 CREATING YOUR FIRST CONTENT FACTORY
Exercise 12-1. Creating Your First Content Type
In this exercise, you ll create a content type for the news articles we will be publishing on our Empire Times web site. We will be building on the Visual Studio solution from the previous chapter. 1. Open your existing EmpireTimes solution. 2. Add a new item of type WSPBuilder Feature with Receiver. Add a name and a description, and make sure you set the scope to Site. I have called my feature TimesContentType. Remember the tip from the previous chapter of prepending the name with a token to easily identify features in the [12]\TEMPLATE\FEATURES folder. Also, since we are adding a feature with a receiver, you must remember to remove the exception thrown on FeatureActivated like we did in the previous chapter. 3. Your elements.xml file in the new feature should open automatically. If not, open the elements.xml file. Edit the file as such: < xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8" > <Elements xmlns="http://schemas.microsoft.com/sharepoint/"> <ContentType ID="" Name="News Article" Group="EmpireTimes" > </ContentType> </Elements> You need to add an ID value to the content type to make it work. You may remember from 8 that the ID of a content type also denotes the content type inheritance. This means the ID requires a bit of crafting. To craft the content type ID, you first need to include the Item content type ID. Next you should add a GUID value to the ID string. 4. In the ID attribute, add 0x0100. This denotes that you will be inheriting from the Item root content type and will be adding a complete GUID to make your content type unique. 5. Add a GUID value after the 0x0100 string. The easiest way to do this is to go to the Tools menu and click Create GUID. Click Copy, close the window, and paste the value. 6. In the ID attribute, remove any brackets and hyphens to leave only the numbers and letters. Your ID should look something like this: 0x0100F2525ACE8DE54912A7A10724466A6A80 7. Build and then deploy or upgrade your solution. 8. Go to your site collection features from the Site Settings page on the root site in your site collection. Activate your feature. 9. Verify that your content type appears in the list. Figure 12-1 shows the result.
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