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Note that in the previous example you do not see the fancy, red background rendering of the article title. This is because the sample in the download uses DataFormWebPart, which in turn uses XSLT to extract just the value, and not the rendering, of the column. If you like, repeat the process for the NewForm and the EditForm of your list.
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Note When creating your own custom list form pages, remember to match any changes in the
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WebPartZoneId of the Form element to the web part zone in your page.
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List Instances
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Although it is extremely simple, we now have a working list template from which we can create our new list. We need to create two lists actually, both the article list and the category list to which the Article Category lookup column will be linked. Let s start with the article list, because the category list will cause us a bit of a problem.
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Exercise 13-7. Adding a List Instance
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In this exercise, you will add a list instance based on the Article list template to our solution. 1. In the TimesLists folder, add a new XML file called ArticleList.xml. This list will hold the list instance element for our new article list.
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To get CAML IntelliSense, remember that you can go to the Properties pane of the XML file and add Tip
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the wss.xsd schema to the Schemas property. Refer to 1 for specific instructions.
2. Open the Feature.xml file of the TimesLists feature. Add the following line to the ElementManifests element: <ElementManifest Location="ArticleList.xml"/> This line will include our new XML file in the feature. 3. In the ArticleList.xml file, add the following Elements and ListInstance elements: <Elements xmlns="http://schemas.microsoft.com/sharepoint/"> <ListInstance TemplateType="10001" FeatureId="" Title="News" Url="$Resources:core,lists_Folder;/News" /> </Elements>
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4. In the FeatureId of the ListInstance element, add the ID of the TimesList feature. You will find this in the Feature.xml file. 5. Build and then deploy or upgrade. Deactivate and reactivate the TimesList feature. Verify that the new list gets created. Also check out the list settings to verify that the correct columns are added. Figure 13-6 shows your first list.
Figure 13-6. Your first list. Woo-hoo! Right! That wasn t too painful, was it
Adding the Categories List
The Categories list is where we will store news categories. The site column Article Category, which we created in 11, is linked to this list. We can create this list from the Custom List template, so we don t need to create a new list template for the Categories list. It would seem that adding the category list would be really easy now. It is, but there is also a caveat. Let s take a look at what does not work.
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Exercise 13-8. Adding the Categories List, Take 1
In this exercise, you will expand the TimesList feature by adding the Categories list.
Caution Pay close attention to the last step in this exercise, or you will get in trouble.
1. In the TimesLists folder, add a new XML file called CategoriesList.xml. This list will hold the list instance element for our new Categories list. 2. Open the Feature.xml file of the TimesLists feature. Add the following line to the ElementManifests element: <ElementManifest Location="CategoriesList.xml"/> 3. In the CategoriesList.xml file, add the following Elements and ListInstance elements: <Elements xmlns="http://schemas.microsoft.com/sharepoint/"> <ListInstance TemplateType="100" FeatureId="00BFEA71-DE22-43B2-A848-C05709900100" Title="Categories" RootWebOnly="TRUE" Url="$Resources:core,lists_Folder;/Categories" > <Data> </Data> </ListInstance> </Elements> The FeatureId points to the CustomLists feature that ships out of the box with SharePoint. The TemplateType 100 is the CustList template within that feature. So, we are basically just creating a new list instance based on the out-of-the-box Custom List template (just so you know). Also note the addition of the RootWebOnly="TRUE" attribute. This prevents the list from being created on subwebs. We need the Categories list only on the root web to support the site column Article category. 4. Inside the ListInstance element, add a Rows element and then some Row elements as such: <Data> <Rows> <Row> <Field Name="Title">Local news</Field> </Row> <Row> <Field Name="Title">Weather</Field> </Row> <Row>
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<Field Name="Title">Sports</Field> </Row> </Rows> </Data> Each of these Row child elements adds a new item to the list. We set Title because this is the only visible column of the custom list. You can add more items if you feel like it; just repeat the Row element and add different Title values. 5. Do not build, deploy, or upgrade. I am not joking do not build, deploy, or upgrade after this exercise. This is important: you cannot deploy your solution at this point. Read on, and I will explain why.
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