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With SPM, you can browse your entire SharePoint installation, including servers, sites, services, lists, items, and anything else. But that is only the beginning. SPM also allows you to modify the properties of all those objects, which gives you a wonderful opportunity to test how different properties affect your sites. When you click an item in the list, the right pane of SPM shows all the properties. Properties in black are editable, while properties in gray cannot be edited. Which properties are editable is a SharePoint thing, however, so don t blame SPM if you cannot change the parent web of a site. Figure 1-2 shows the typical SPM experience and how editing properties works.
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Figure 1-2. Editing properties in SPM Another absolute killer feature of SPM is SharePoint feature handling. SPM lists all feature definitions of your farm, conveniently organized according to scope. Within each site, site collection, and web application, there is a Features node. Right-clicking a feature in that node allows you to activate or deactivate a feature without visiting the web interface. Even hidden features are listed. Figure 1-3 shows the feature deactivation of the hidden Basic Web Parts feature. Feature handling does not stop there. Near the bottom of the node tree of SPM are all the features that are located in the [12]\TEMPLATE\FEATURES folder, whether they are installed or not. The right-click options give you the chance to install a feature by simply clicking your mouse. If you are fed up with writing STSADM commands or visiting the Site Settings page each time you update your feature, use SPM instead.
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[12] refers to the 12 hive, the installation folder of SharePoint. This is usually at C:\Program Files\Common Files\Microsoft Shared\web server extensions\12.
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Figure 1-3. Deactivating a feature in SPM is as easy as clicking. When you click web items such as a site, a list, or a view, you get an additional tab in the right pane, called Browser. This is simply a browser view of the object as it would appear if you had opened the object in your normal web browser. A cool trick is that since SPM shows hidden objects, you can see how the hidden views will look without exposing them to users.
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Did you know that in the document libraries in WSS there are two secret features Open a docuTip ment library, such as the Shared Documents library, in SPM, and check out the views. There will be a Merge Documents view as well as a Relink Documents view. Open these in the Browser pane to see how they look. These views are tied to MOSS functionality and will not be covered in this book.
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But wait, there s more! If you are viewing a list in SPM, you also have a grid view of the list where you can make basic data input or edits. It s nothing fancy, but it s useful if you just want to make quick edits to a list item or if you are testing feature receivers and get tired of reloading the web interface for editing, deleting, or adding items. Direct editing in SPM can also be useful if you have hidden columns that do not appear in the web user interface. The final feature I want to mention in SPM is schema output. Whenever you select an object that is defined by a CAML schema, SPM will display a Schema Xml tab and occasionally a CAML tab. These tabs contain the XML code for an object. You can more or less copy and paste this code into your own feature. Suddenly you have designer support for your CAML code; just design whatever object you want in the web interface, and then copy the CAML XML code from SPM. Note that the XML you get from SharePoint through either SPM or other tools might not necessarily be immediately usable inside a feature. Some elements, such as fields, can be copied and pasted directly, while custom views require a bit of rewriting. In Appendix A, I will cover this in more detail and show you some examples of how you would extract CAML code for reuse in your own feature.
Danger, Will Robinson!
There are some things you need to know about SPM, however. All is not well in the state of Denmark apparently, because some of these things will kill your SharePoint server.
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