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Caution Changing any Microsoft-provided file, including the docicon.xml file, is not supported. Unfortunately, there are no other solutions. If you decide to change any such file, make sure you back up the original file first.
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Hang on a minute. This is oddly familiar. Why are there configurations both in webtemp.xml and onet.xml The short answer is that the configuration section of webtemp.xml is used to describe the site definition on the New SharePoint Site web page as well as provide metainformation about how the site gets provisioned. The configuration of webtemp.xml is what contains the content of the site definition. For the long answer, read the sidebar Configuration Shakedown: webtemp.xml vs. onet.xml.
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CONFIGURATION SHAKEDOWN: WEBTEMP.XML VS. ONET.XML
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The configurations of webtemp.xml and onet.xml are different in several ways. The webtemp.xml file s configurations are normally used to describe the site definition for the New SharePoint Site page, in addition to providing information about how the site should be provisioned. The configuration section of onet.xml, on the other hand, contains the actual matter of the definition. There is some confusion regarding the two different Configuration elements. First, the documentation lists only a single Configuration element, which should indicate that an attribute or a property could be set in either configuration. However, if you look at the wss.xsd schema or just use IntelliSense in the onet.xml file, you will notice that several of the attributes from the documentation, such as the ProvisionAssembly and ProvisionClass attributes discussed earlier, are not present. These attributes would thus not work if put in the configurations of onet.xml. Because there is no XSD schema for webtemp.xml files, at least not that I know of, it is difficult to check the actual schema for the webtemp.xml configurations. From testing, I have determined that there are also properties that are allowed in the onet.xml configurations that do not work as expected in webtemp.xml. For instance, setting the MasterUrl property of a webtemp.xml configuration does not work, while doing the same thing in onet.xml will produce the expected result.
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The configuration section of the onet.xml file is what defines the actual content of your site definition. As such, it warrants closer scrutiny. This is an overview of sites, after all. The Configuration element has several attributes, and besides reading the documentation and guessing, the easiest way to get an overview of these attributes is by using IntelliSense in Visual Studio. You have gotten that working now, haven t you If not, this would be a great time to go back to 1 and set it up.
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When you hit Ctrl+spacebar inside an empty Configuration start tag, you should see an IntelliSense pop-up, as shown in Figure 4-8.
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Figure 4-8. IntelliSense for onet.xml configuration I will go through each of the Configuration attributes now to show how they relate to the user experience. MasterUrl and CustomMasterUrl are related and behave much in the same way. The concept of master pages in SharePoint is quite similar to that of ASP .NET. There is a notable difference, though, and it relates to how the master pages are being set.
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In a SharePoint ASPX page, you can set master pages just like you do with any normal ASP .NET page, but you can also set the master page to the master page for the site. SharePoint handles this using a token that references either the default master page or the custom master page. A SharePoint page might set a master page using either of the following syntaxes: <%@ Page language="C#" MasterPageFile="~masterurl/default.master" [...] <%@ Page language="C#" MasterPageFile="~masterurl/custom.master" [...] The entire string ~masterurl/default.master or ~masterurl/custom.master is replaced with the value of the MasterUrl or CustomMasterUrl attribute set for the site. The cool thing about this is that you can change which master page is used for a site and all the pages using the site master page without changing the pages themselves. Oh, you may be wondering, Why is changing the masterpagefile property of a page a bad thing Why not just modify the master page rather than setting a different master page Your questions are valid, and the problem relates to the concept of customizing pages in SharePoint, which is the feature formerly called ghosting and unghosting. An extremely short explanation is that if you modify a page, including a master page, that page is copied from the site definition and into the database (customizing or unghosting it), preventing updates to the page from the site definition. For a more exhaustive explanation, I recommend reading Andrew Connell s article in the SDK or on MSDN at http://www.understandingsharepoint.com/url/10028. If you are unfamiliar with this feature, I highly recommend you read up on it because it is an important concept of SharePoint. The Hidden attribute may seem to refer to whether the site should appear on the new SharePoint site page. The Description, Name, and ImageUrl attributes might seem self-explanatory. Unfortunately, this is not the case, leading again to the confusion of how configurations actually work. You see, setting the Hidden attribute to True in onet.xml doesn t hide the definition, as you might think. Only the webtemp value is actually used in the web interface. Not even if you completely remove the Hidden attribute in webtemp.xml will the onet.xml value be used. The same applies for Name, Description, and ImageUrl. None of these is used in onet.xml, even if the schema allows them. Setting the attributes in webtemp.xml produces expected results for all these attributes. See Figure 4-9 and Figure 4-10 as well as the sidebar Configuration Shakedown: webtemp.xml vs. onet.xml for more information.
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