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3. Add the following to the Schema.xml file: <List xmlns="http://schemas.microsoft.com/sharepoint/" Name="TimesArticleList" Title="Article list" BaseType="0" Url="$Resources:core,lists_Folder;/Articles" DisableAttachments="TRUE" Type="10001" > <MetaData> </MetaData> </List> Note the use of $Resources:core,lists_Folder; in the Url attribute. The resource string will make sure that the list can be deployed to the correct URL regardless of the language installed. 4. Inside the MetaData element, add two child elements, Views and Forms, as such: <MetaData> <Fields> </Fields> <Views> </Views> <Forms> </Forms> </MetaData> This is actually all you need to create your list. Not just that, but if you did try to create your list now, it would in fact be created. You will get an error message if you do, but the list will get created. To get something useful out of our list when created, we need to fill the child elements with some more content. Let s start with the simplest addition, and for that we need to borrow a bit of code.
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Note Even if we will not be adding columns to this list in the Fields element, the empty element must
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be present to avoid a Cannot complete this action error message. Confusingly, the error log in that case will state Failed to retrieve the list schema for feature [YOUR FEATURE ID], list template 10001; expected to find it at: and will state the path to the list directory, even if both the directory and the schema.xml file are present.
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5. Go to the CustomList feature in the [12]\TEMPLATE\FEATURES folder. In the CustList folder inside the CustomList feature, open the schema.xml file. Yup, that s right; we will be borrowing some XML from the default Custom List template. Don t worry we ll be giving it back later. 6. At the very bottom of the custom list schema.xml, locate the Forms element. The element contains three Form child elements. Copy all three lines into your own Forms element in the schema.xml file of your own list template. You may also just type in the Form child elements yourself:
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<Form Type="DisplayForm" Url="DispForm.aspx" SetupPath="pages\form.aspx" WebPartZoneID="Main" /> <Form Type="EditForm" Url="EditForm.aspx" SetupPath="pages\form.aspx" WebPartZoneID="Main" /> <Form Type="NewForm" Url="NewForm.aspx" SetupPath="pages\form.aspx" WebPartZoneID="Main" /> We will customize these forms later, so for now these forms just serve to allow us to test our list and our initial configurations. Next we need a basic view to help verify list functionality. Again, we borrow code from the Custom List template. 7. In the CustList feature s schema.xml file, locate the view that has BaseViewId="1". In my version, that view starts at line 1019. This is the All Items view, which is set to be the default view for our list.
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Note We will not be creating a new view from scratch. View construction was covered in 8.
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8. Copy the entire View element, and paste it into your own Views element.
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You might want to close the View tag to make copying the entire element easier. Check out Tip Figure 13-2. Also, if you want to put your new lists in a web part, such as on the front page, include the View element with BaseViewId="0" as well. This is the default view used when adding a list as a web part to a web part page.
Figure 13-2. Copying the All Items view from the Custom List template
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9. Build, deploy or upgrade, and check out your Create page. You should now be able to create a new Article list. Figure 13-3 shows the results.
Figure 13-3. First list created Congratulations! You have just created a new list template almost from scratch. Of course, we borrowed some of the hard work from the custom list, but we will get back to that in a few moments. For now, pat yourself on the back if everything worked as expected, and retrace your steps if something went wrong.
CONTENT TYPE MYSTERY
You may have noticed that we did not add any content types to our list. If you remember our previous bet regarding whether or not you were using content types, you may recall that you always get Item and Folder content types added to your list if you create a default custom list. Now that we didn t use the custom list, the Item and Folder content types are not present. Before you run over to Amazon to retract your book review or cancel the $5 payment to my PayPal account, check out your list in SharePoint Manager 2007. Specifically, check out the ContentTypes node and see that you still get a default content type, named after your list.
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