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Note that FeatureActivationDependency does not activate the dependent features for you. You must still activate these, so consider this feature as a reminder, not as any form of automation. We will look at a better solution in 14. To enable feature activation dependency, add the following to your feature.xml file in the TimesContentTypes feature, right inside the Feature element: <ActivationDependencies> <ActivationDependency FeatureId="[FEATURE ID OF SITE COLUMNS FEATURE]"/> </ActivationDependencies> Substitute the FeatureId attribute with the feature ID of your TimesSiteColumns feature. You will find this value in the feature.xml file.
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I hope these small exercises have inspired you to start developing your own content types from scratch. You may even have picked up a tip or two on a few pitfalls that lurk, waiting for the next haphazard developer who assumes that everything works just like they hope. You can now remove your sunglasses, take off your leather jacket, and step off the Harley. Just remember to bring it all back when you start doing content type development in your production environment. You ll be the star of any show. Unless they bring a straitjacket, that is. Either way, you should have a great time.
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ists: either you love them or you need to reconsider SharePoint as your platform of choice. Everything that is SharePoint revolves around lists of some sort. As good developers, we must thus learn how to work with and develop these lists. After reading this chapter, you will have covered the basics of both list template creation and list instantiation using features.
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In this chapter, we will create a list template from scratch. Actually, we will skip the view construction and just borrow code from the Custom List template. Next, we will attach our previous content types to that list template and discover some caveats to content type deployment. Finally, we will instantiate two new lists, the News article list and the Article category list, before we add some logic to make sure our list infrastructure gets created the right way.
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Our first step is to create the list templates we will use for the news articles. So, without further delay, here is the first exercise.
Exercise 13-1. Creating the First List Template Feature
In this exercise, you will create a list template from scratch. This list template will be expanded in later exercises so that here we focus on what is required to get the template up and running. 1. In your EmpireTimes solution, add yet another Feature with Receiver item. Remember to remove the exception from the .cs file as before. Name the feature something you like, such as TimesLists.
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2. Your new elements.xml file should open; if not, open it. Add the following ListTemplate element: <ListTemplate Name="TimesArticleList" Type="10001" DisplayName="Article list" Description="List to hold Empire Times news articles" BaseType="0" Category="Custom Lists" OnQuickLaunch="TRUE" SecurityBits="11"/> 3. Build, deploy, and then go to the site settings and site features. Activate the TimesLists feature. Check your Create page. Your result should resemble Figure 13-1. If you do not see the TimesList feature, remember that when you add a feature to a solution, you must redeploy rather than upgrade the solution. If this happens, just retract (uninstall from the WSPBuilder menu), and then deploy the solution again.
Figure 13-1. First list template installed Don t try to create a new list from the template yet, though, because we haven t added anything to the template besides the element definition. That means more work ahead, I m afraid.
Exercise 13-2. Creating Your Basic Schema.xml File
In this exercise, you will create the first basic Schema.xml file and see whether you can make it dance. 1. In your TimesLists folder, create a new folder. Name it exactly the same as the Name attribute of the ListTemplate element, which would be TimesArticleList if you followed the previous example. 2. In the newly created TimesArticleList folder, create a new XML file called Schema.xml, and then open that file.
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