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So, yes, you still owe me that review. Oh, and in case you are wondering where the Title, Created By, and Modified By originate, these come from the BaseType 0 list, defined in the global site definition. The default content type added to a list without any specific content type gets columns added from the BaseType from which the list is generated.
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We haven t added any content types to our list yet, and we want to do that, so let s try the most obvious thing first, the ContentTypes element of our list template.
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Exercise 13-3. Adding Content Types, Take 1
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In this exercise, you will add content type references to the list template using the ContentTypes element. 1. In your MetaData element of your list template, add the following code, right after the <MetaData> start tag: <ContentTypes> <ContentTypeRef ID=""/> <ContentTypeRef ID=""/> </ContentTypes> 2. In the first ID attribute, paste the ID of the Stand-alone article content type you created in the previous chapter. In the second ID attribute, paste the ID of the Series article content type.
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At this point, my MetaData element looks like this: <MetaData> <ContentTypes> <ContentTypeRef ID="0x0100F2525ACE8DE54912A7A10724466A6A8001"/> <ContentTypeRef ID="0x0100F2525ACE8DE54912A7A10724466A6A8002"/> </ContentTypes> Your content type IDs may be different. 3. Build, deploy or upgrade, and then deactivate and reactivate your list feature. 4. Try creating a new list, which will succeed if you did everything correctly, and then check out the columns on the List Settings page. Figure 13-4 shows my results, which should be close to your results.
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Figure 13-4. No columns added How strange! You will notice that none of the columns of your content types are added. Take 1 didn t work as expected. How disappointing.
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The problem here is that the child content types do not inherit the parent type s properties correctly. If you had added the NewsArticle root type instead, all the columns would be added as expected, but of course this is not what we want, so we need to look for alternative solutions. You have a few options for making content types work as expected using the ContentTypes element in the list template:
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Update the content type manually through the web interface. Just go into any column on the content type and hit OK without making changes. Add the content type manually to the list. Remember to enable content type management from the advanced settings of the List Settings page. Add all the content type columns to the Fields element in your list template. These options aren t any good, though. The first two options rely on manual labor after creating a list. Imagine the overhead of instructing users to go through the hoops. The last option is a terrible approach because it relies on adding your columns in two places, first in the content type and then in any list using those content types. No, we need a better approach. Read on .
Note I am going to annoy you a bit. Now that you have created the list, try deleting it.
Not successful I ll show you why later and provide you with a fix.
Exercise 13-4. Adding Content Types, Take 2
In this exercise, you will be adding content types using a separate feature and the ContentTypeBinding element. 1. Add a new feature to your solution, and give it a temporary name and web scope. We will be deleting this feature later, so don t worry about naming it. 2. In the elements file, add the following code: <ContentTypeBinding ContentTypeId="" ListUrl="Lists/News"/> <ContentTypeBinding ContentTypeId="" ListUrl="Lists/News"/> 3. In the ContentTypeIds, add the ID of the Series article and Stand-alone article content types. In the ListUrl, substitute the URL of the list to which you want the content types to be added. 4. Build, deploy, and activate your new feature. Your list should now have the content types added. You may now safely delete the new feature.
This approach does solve a few of our problems. First, we do get our content types added. Second, we also automatically enable content type management. Third, the columns from the content types are added correctly to the list. The downside, however, is that we need to know the list URL prior to creating the feature. Since we have no way of modifying the feature after it has been deployed, this method is useful only when we also deploy the list instance using features and thus know the URL prior to creating the content type bindings feature. Still, this may be useful, especially if you create lists as part of site creation. Next, let s see whether we can find an even better approach.
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