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Exercise 14-4. Adding a Global Page
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In this exercise, you will create and deploy a global page that will display the content type hierarchy. 1. Start by creating a new Visual Studio solution based on the WSPBuilder project template. Call it whatever you like; I have called mine CustomPages.
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If you like to maintain full control, feel free to start with a class library and make scripts to deploy the pages on your own. WSPBuilder will help out with certain aspects of the page creation but is in no way an absolute requirement for page development. 2. (Optional) Add a Feature with Receiver item to your solution. Adding a Feature with Receiver will make WSPBuilder create some of the folder structure for us, sign our assembly, and output the strong name in the Feature.xml file. It just saves a bit of time. 3. Add a folder structure as shown in Figure 14-4. If you performed step 2, this will be just a matter of adding the LAYOUTS folder. If you did not perform step 2, just ignore the FeatureWithReceiver1 folder; the important thing is to mimic the 12/TEMPLATE/LAYOUTS structure as shown.
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Figure 14-4. The folder structure for Layouts deployment 4. In the LAYOUTS folder, create a new text file, and name it ContentTypeHierarchy.aspx or something you like better. Again, using a text file but naming it .aspx will give us a plain file that Visual Studio will interpret as an ASPX file. 5. Open the ASPX file. Enter the following code at the very beginning of the page: <%@ Assembly Name="" %> 6. Inside the Name attribute, put the strong name of your assembly. If you performed step 2, this is as easy as opening the Feature.xml file of your Feature with Receiver feature and copying the strong name from there. If you did not perform that step, you need to add a key file from the project properties, build your solution, and get the strong name manually. I recommend using .NET Reflector for this task; refer to 1 for detailed instructions.
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Note If you followed step 2, we have now gotten all we need from the Feature with Receiver we added, so you are free and encouraged to delete the feature folder as well as the FeatureCode folder holding the class file of the receiver.
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7. Add a new class file to your solution. This will be your code-behind file. I have called mine ContentTypeHierarchy.cs, but you can call it whatever you like. 8. Add a reference to the Microsoft.SharePoint.dll file if it is not already present. 9. In your new class file, named ContentTypeHierarchy.cs in my example, add the following Using statements: using Microsoft.SharePoint.WebControls; using System.Web.UI.WebControls; using Microsoft.SharePoint; Microsoft.SharePoint.WebControls is used for the LayoutsPageBase parent class, System.Web.Ui.Webcontrols holds the TreeView control, and Microsoft.SharePoint gives us access to the content types. 10. In the class file, make your class inherit from the LayoutsPageBase class as such: public class ContentTypeHierarchy : LayoutsPageBase Inheriting from the LayoutsPageBase ensures that we can limit access to our page based on SharePoint permissions. The alternative is to inherit from the UnsecuredLayoutsPageBase, which effectively gives us a global open-for-all page. At this point, your class file should look like Figure 14-5.
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Figure 14-5. Class file after initial setup
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11. In your ContentTypeHierarchy.aspx page, or whatever you chose to call it, add the following code after the Assembly statement: <%@ Page Language="C#" MasterPageFile="~/_layouts/application.master" Inherits="" %> You may, of course, change the language if you are writing your code in a different language. My examples are in C#, though. 12. In the Inherits attribute, add the namespace and class name of your class. In my example, this would be Inherits="CustomPages.ContentTypeHierarchy". At this point, we have connected our code-behind file with our page, so we are ready to add some content. Let s take a short break first.
What we have created up to this point is the outline of a custom layouts page, often referred to as an application page. You basically have the stem cell of a SharePoint layouts page; from here on, the page can be turned into virtually any page you need. Note that System.Web.UI.WebControls is not strictly necessary, but you will be using this so often I thought it made sense to include it in this example. We are also using the ~/layouts/application.master master page. As you learned in 5, this page is global to the farm, and modifications to the application.master page are not supported by Microsoft. You may want to create your own master page, and if so, a good starting point is to copy the existing application.master from the [12]\TEMPLATE\ LAYOUTS folder and place it into your solution. However, the default application.master contains a lot of nonvalidating code and certain features that will break the Visual Studio rendering engine and display errors. As such, you might want to just start from scratch, especially if you are developing a master page for your solution anyway. I will leave custom application master page development as an exercise for you to do on your own.
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