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We still have one web part element to explore, the View element. Views can be very simple but can also be very complex. The basic functionality is to add a view of data in a list. If you check out the Default module for the STS folder s onet.xml, you will see some really simple samples. Views can be much more than simple displays, but because they are so tightly coupled to lists, I will postpone the deep dive into views for now and return to them when I talk about lists in s 7 and 8.
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Two more elements in the site definition deserve at least a mention. These elements both reside in the Components section, but they are very rarely used, so a thorough examination is beyond the scope of this book. ExternalSecurityProvider is used to return security information to a crawler. FileDialogPostProcessor could have been a really nice feature, but its implementation is quite complex. FileDialogPostProcessor references a component that will be triggered, for the entire site, when a file open or file save dialog box is used to show a web interface to the user. For instance, when you save a Word document to a SharePoint site, you get a minimal web view of that site to allow you to browse to different libraries and select folders where you want to store the file. FileDialogPostProcessor is used to modify that web interface. Unfortunately, you can modify only an existing interface, and even if you wanted to go in that direction, I wouldn t be able to take the time here to go over a detailed enough scenario and implementation. Sorry!
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You need to explore one more concept to fully understand what makes up a site. You see, even with all the details you have seen so far, there are still things I have not explained. For example, from where do you get the default master page You know you get a default master page, but you have found no trace of it in either the webtemp.xml or onet.xml file. And speaking of master pages, how does the actual master page library get created Or the web part library, for that matter The answer to these questions, and more, is in what is called the global site configuration. The global site configuration is a hidden base configuration that is applied to all new sites. The global site configuration is applied before your selected and visible site configuration and contains settings that are required by all sites, regardless of how complex or simple your own site configuration may be. The global site configuration is stored in [12]\TEMPLATE\GLOBAL\XML\onet.xml, so open that file now. In Figure 4-15 I have closed the BaseTypes element, but it should show you the outline of the site configuration.
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Figure 4-15. Global site configuration onet.xml You will recognize most of the elements in the global onet.xml file, with the noted exception of the BaseTypes element. I will talk more about BaseTypes a bit later, so for now, let s go over the elements you have seen before to learn how the global site configuration fits into the big picture. In the ListTemplates element, you ll find all the list templates for required lists such as the master page library (mplib), users list (users), and web template library. As you will learn in 6, the actual schemas of these lists and libraries are stored in files called schema.xml that are stored in directories named after the Name attribute of the ListTemplate element. In the case of the global site definition, these directories reside in the [12]\TEMPLATE\GLOBAL directory, so if you ever need to explore these schemas, that is where you will find them. The actual global site configuration is the single Configuration element in the onet.xml file. This configuration is responsible for setting up the default fields and content types required by all SharePoint lists, as well as generating the actual lists and libraries to hold the master pages, users and groups, site templates, web parts, and list templates. In addition, the configuration provisions a Module element that contains the default master page. From the Module definition further down (line 2612 in Figure 4-15), you can see that the default.master file is deployed to the master page gallery from the same directory as the root of the global site definition, in other words, [12]\TEMPLATE\GLOBAL. If you open that directory, you will see the default.master file. Oh, yeah, you can wreak havoc in that file if you want, and changes will be immediately applied to all default master pages, but such changes are not supported. Then again, you are still a developer, so I m not going to imagine that you will leave that file alone in your lab or development environment.
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