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Figure A-4. SharePoint Designer shows the Schema Xml tab. Deploy, and you re done.
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Around this moment, some wise guy will storm up to the microphone and state that this little exercise is indeed possible with other tools as well. And that wise guy would be correct. So, why use the WSPBuilder+SPM combination Let s take our exercise a bit further and tackle content types: 1. Create a new site content type, and add some columns. 2. Open SharePoint Manager again, and browse to the site in which you created the content type. Open the content type you created. 3. Copy the content of the Schema Xml tab again into your elements.xml file. This would have been a perfect story if I could now just tell you to build and deploy, but alas, it s not that simple with content types. The schema that SharePoint uses, which is the one you see in SharePoint Manager or by calling the SPContentType.SchemaXml method, is not the same schema used for defining new content types.
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That was the bad news. The good news is that the changes you need to make are simple. First, notice that the copied CAML contains a Fields element with several Field child elements. However, as you learned in 8, content types contain only references to fields, not the actual fields. As such, the first change is to change the Fields element to a FieldRefs and the Field elements to FieldRef elements. Figure A-5 shows how this looks for my sample content type.
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Figure A-5. Sample content type after field correction When you change the Field elements to FieldRef elements, you will notice that several of the remaining attributes in the former Field elements are invalid. Your next task will thus be to remove all invalid attributes from the FieldRef elements. While you are at it, you should also delete the entire ContentType FieldRef element as well as any references to Fields inherited from the parent from which your content type inherits. Of course, as you remember from 12, you need at least the empty FieldRefs element for inheritance to work. If you have not added any columns to your content type and you have opted to remove the parent columns, leave at least the empty FieldRefs element. Finally, you may optionally want to remove the XmlDocument element containing the FormTemplates element. The downside to leaving the FormTemplates element in place is that you will override the parent settings for content type forms. Removing is completely optional, though, and if you want to make changes to the content type forms, you should leave it in place. Next you are ready to build and deploy if you like. Simple, eh
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Let s take this technique a bit further and go for gold by simplifying the most complex task known to SharePoint developers: custom view development. Yeah, that dragon again. Although I am fairly certain that your newly acquired skills will more than suffice to create custom views from scratch, there is no reason not to save development time when we can.
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Before going into the details, however, notice that as we start working with more complex features, we require more manual labor to get our feature working. This is the case also for custom view development, which requires quite a bit of manual labor. In this demonstration, I will show you how you can create a custom view for lists templates in minutes. I ll use the most basic of lists, the Custom List template, since it is a good starting point when you want to create your own list templates later. As such, you should create a copy of the CustomList feature in your Visual Studio solution or create a new list template as explained in 13 and copy the schema.xml file from the [12]\FEATURES\CustomList\ CustList folder. 1. First, create a new list based on the Custom List template. 2. To your newly created list, add a view, and customize it as you want. This is key you want to design your view in the web interface. 3. Open up your trusty SharePoint Manager again, and browse to your site in question. In the Lists node you will find your list, and under the list you will find the Views node, including the view you just created. 4. This time, rather than copying the contents of the Schema Xml tab, go to the CAML tab, and you will find your entire view code, ready to be added to your Custom List copy. Just paste the entire contents into the Views section of your schema.xml file. As with content types, you need to make some corrections to the view you just copied. Several of the attributes are plain wrong, while some attributes must be added. Start by changing the BaseViewId attribute into a unique value. Second, change the URL into the list-relative URL where you want your new view created. Third, you need to specify the web part zone to which the view will be added using the WebPartZoneId attribute. For the default view page, this would be WebPartZoneID="Main". Finally, add the Path or SetupPath attribute pointing to the file from which the list page should be created. For the default custom views, the attribute would be SetupPath="pages\ viewpage.aspx", but you may want to create your own page and use that instead. You should now be able to deploy your list template and create new lists from that template, including the new custom list view you just created.
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