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You can use the Url attribute to create folders in your libraries. When you add a Module element with Tip
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a Url attribute set to a folder within a library, SharePoint ensures that the folder exists. If you just add an empty Module element, you get an empty folder.
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The simple point here is that each File element in a given Module element represents one file that will be installed when the module is activated either in a site definition or as part of a feature. For each of the File elements, you need to specify at least the Url attribute, which will be the path to which the file will be provisioned. Each File element can contain a set of subelements that can be used to set properties for the file as well as install web parts to the file if the file is a web part page. The subelements of the file modules are AllUsersWebPart, View, NavBarPage, and Property. We will return to these a bit later in the chapter. As is the case for Module, the Url attribute serves a double purpose if it is the only attribute set, setting both the final URL of the file in the site and the path and name of the file to be installed. Thus, in the previous example, the file will be named default.aspx on the site and is also called default.aspx in the site definition installation folder. You can verify this if you look in the site definition folder of the STS definition at [12]\TEMPLATE\SiteTemplates\STS. You ll see a file named default.aspx there. Although this is usually sufficient for simple scenarios, you may want more control over the naming of the files in the site definition folder. To accomplish this, you may specify the file installation path using the attribute Path of the File element. This Path attribute may include folders, so if you want to put your pages in a folder named ApplicationPages and give the file a descriptive name, you could do something like this: <File Path="ApplicationPages/EMailForm.aspx" Url="Mail.aspx" NavBarHome="True"> Note that the name of the file in Path and the name of the final URL are different. You must also be aware that the Path attribute is relative to the site template folder or the feature folder, depending on whether the module of the file is defined in a site definition or in a feature. If you want your page to be provisioned to a specific folder on the site, you can also include the folder name in the Url attribute as such: <File Path="ApplicationPages/EMailForm.aspx" Url= Myfolder/Mail.aspx NavBarHome="True"> If the folder, Myfolder in this case, does not exist, then SharePoint will create it for you. If the folder does exist, then your file will be added to that folder. This is useful if you want to have a feature add a new page to an existing library, for instance. You will use this technique in 7 to create a new view page for a list.
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Note A folder is not the same as a list. Although most lists have a folder, not all folders correspond to
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So, what happens if you add a file that already exists, for instance, if you attempt to add an AllItems.aspx to an existing document library or list Luckily, there is a setting in the File element called IgnoreIfAlreadyExists that, when set to True, will prevent a file overwrite. The final attribute of the File element that requires a bit of explaining is the Type attribute. You can set this attribute to one of two values, Ghostable or GhostableInLibrary. Although they do behave somewhat similarly, there are important distinctions. If you set the Type attribute to GhostableInLibrary, you tell SharePoint that the file should be cached in a library and that you should be able to work with the file as you would any other file in a library. If you go to the master page gallery of a site, you will notice that each master page is a file like any other in a library. This is because they are provisioned as GhostableInLibrary rather than just Ghostable. A Ghostable file, like default.aspx, is not part of a library. GhostableInLibrary files have version history, have Created By and Modified By columns, and can have any other column that the library provides. A Ghostable file does not. A GhostableInLibrary file can be checked out, approved, deleted, and anything else a library file can. A Ghostable file cannot. Basically, if you want to work with a module-provisioned file through the web interface, use GhostableInLibrary.
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