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considering the consequences. Maintaining a separate application.master includes both operations and development maintenance, because you need to update your application.master as part of your regular update cycle.
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We should get back to our regularly scheduled page development.
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Exercise 14-5. Adding Content to the Page
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In this exercise, you will add some content to your application page. Because this is for illustrative purposes only, the actual content will be very simple. 1. In your ContentTypeHierarchy.aspx page, add the following code: <asp:Content ID="Main" contentplaceholderid="PlaceHolderMain" runat="server"> <asp:TreeView ID="tvContentTypes" runat="server"> </asp:TreeView> </asp:Content> 2. In your code-behind file, ContentTypeHierarchy.cs, add the following code to the ContentTypeHierarchy class: protected TreeView tvContentTypes; protected override void OnLoad(EventArgs e) { SPContentTypeCollection cts = this.Web.AvailableContentTypes; Dictionary<SPContentTypeId, TreeNode> ctsNodes = new Dictionary<SPContentTypeId, TreeNode>(); TreeNodeCollection nodes = tvContentTypes.Nodes; foreach (SPContentType ct in cts) { TreeNode ctnode = new TreeNode(ct.Name, ct.Id.ToString()); if (ctsNodes.ContainsKey(ct.Parent.Id)) { TreeNode parent = ctsNodes[ct.Parent.Id]; parent.ChildNodes.Add(ctnode); } else { nodes.Add(ctnode); } ctsNodes.Add(ct.Id, ctnode); } } This code essentially builds the node tree of the TreeView control. Note that simply adding a protected TreeView object with the same name as the ID of the TreeView in our ASPX page will cause ASP.NET to map our object to the correct control. 3. Build your solution and deploy it. There are no features to activate, and WSPBuilder will make sure your file gets placed where it should inside [12]. Also, WSPBuilder puts the assembly in the GAC for you. If you have chosen not to use WSPBuilder, you must perform these steps manually.
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4. Go to any site in your site collection, add /_layouts/ContentTypeHierarchy.aspx to the URL of your site (for example http://lab-s02:1000/_layouts/ContentTypeHierarchy.aspx), and see your new application page in all its glory. If something didn t work, you can see my results, in all their glory, in Figure 14-6.
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Figure 14-6. Custom application page in action! Another pat on the back for you. Let s see how we can make access to our page a bit easier.
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What we did in our previous example was to add some content in the form of an asp: Content control and a standard TreeView control to display our content type hierarchy. Then we added some code in our code-behind file to fill the tree with the content types. It wasn t anything fancy; it was just to show you the outline of how you can create a custom page.
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Note There are many more content placeholders you may want to utilize to make a better-looking page. I highly recommend reading through the application.master page to learn about the different placeholders.
Next we want to add our page to the site settings. After all, we don t want to type the _layouts/ContentTypeHierarchy.aspx string every time we want to see our page. For this we need to use a CustomAction feature.
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Exercise 14-6. Adding Links to the Custom Page
In this exercise, you will create a farm-scoped feature to add links to your page from the Site Settings page. You will do this in two ways, first as a separate column on the Site Settings page and then as part of the Galleries column on that page. 1. Add a new Blank Feature WSPBuilder item to your CustomPages solution. Yes, that s right, no receivers this time either. 2. Add the following code to the elements file: <Elements xmlns="http://schemas.microsoft.com/sharepoint/"> <CustomActionGroup Id="MyCustomSettings" Location="Microsoft.SharePoint.SiteSettings" Description="Custom administration options" Sequence="5" Title="Custom administration"/> <CustomAction Id="MyCustomSiteAction" GroupId="MyCustomSettings" Location="Microsoft.SharePoint.SiteSettings" Rights="ManageWeb" Title="Content Type hierarchy" > <UrlAction Url="_layouts/ContentTypeHierarchy.aspx"/> </CustomAction> </Elements>
Note You may recognize this code. It is very similar to the example used for custom actions in 5.
3. Build and deploy your feature. Go to the Site Settings page to verify that you do have a new column, as shown in Figure 14-7.
Remember that our new feature is farm scoped, so if you need to deactivate it, you need to go to the Tip
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