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(MPS), or any number of custom types. The types do not follow any particular pattern, so you can create your own types by just setting the name of one of the Template elements. Yes, this is confusing. When you want to reference a specific template (for example, if you want to programmatically create a new site), you need to use both the template name and the configuration ID and separate them with a number sign (#). The full reference for a Basic Meeting Workspace is MPS#0, which is the parameter you need to pass to a method in code: SPWeb newWeb = web.Webs.Add("NewMeetingSite", "My Basic Meeting Workspace", "My description", 1033, "MPS#0", false, false); You can hide a specific configuration by setting the Hidden attribute to True. This means the configuration will not appear in the default web interface. You can still create sites based on the configuration by using code or when you create your own site creation web interface. For example, you might want to do this when you want only certain site definitions to be available to users when they are creating new sites. Setting the Hidden attribute is also the only modification that Microsoft allows without breaking supportability. If you intend to modify the file, at least make a backup and name it something other than webtempXXXXX.xml so that if you need support from Microsoft, you can restore the original file quickly. Besides Hidden, the other attributes of the Configuration elements in the default webtemp.xml file, the Title, ImageUrl, and Description, should be rather self-explanatory, but several attributes of the Configuration elements are both useful and powerful. One of them, DisplayCategory, is used in the default webtemp.xml file configurations. If you look toward the end of each Configuration element in Figure 4-3, you will see the DisplayCategory attribute. This attribute determines under which tab of the Select a template tabs the site definition should appear (see Figure 4-4).
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Figure 4-4. Creating a new SharePoint site page
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The DisplayCategory values are arbitrary names that you can either create or modify by just changing the value. If you change the value, the site template will move to the new tab, and if the new tab does not exist, then SharePoint will create it for you.
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Note If you use the Save Site As Template option of the Site Settings page to create a site template,
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SharePoint puts your saved template under the Custom tab.
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Some attributes of the Configuration elements are not used in any WSS site definitions; they re used in some MOSS definitions, so if you have access to a MOSS site, you can see the attributes in action there. I do want to point out the general usage of these attributes here and provide a few sample scenarios.
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If you have ever created a MOSS collaboration portal, you may have been puzzled that this actually results in multiple sites created from a single site definition. If you are as adventurous as me, you may even have dug into the webtempsps.xml file to see what happens. What you would have found is that the SPSPORTAL type (template, which isn t a template) and its child Configuration element sets ProvisionAssembly, ProvisionClass, and ProvisionData. So, what do these attributes do The short answer is that they create your site. The longer answer is that rather than going to an onet.xml file, which I will cover shortly, to find configuration information from the site, setting ProvisionAssembly and ProvisionClass will cause SharePoint to run that class from that assembly for the provisioning of your site. ProvisionData is just an additional and optional value that you can use to store data for the provisioning. The cool thing is that you actually get to run code to create your site or sites, as Microsoft does with its collaboration portal and other site definitions of MOSS.
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