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In the rather bulky BaseTypes element, you find the root definitions for lists. Every list must inherit from a BaseTypes element, either from the generic list, document library, discussion forum, vote or survey, or issues list, and this is where those base types are defined. Inside each of the BaseTypes elements, you will find a schema resembling the normal list template schema. You will explore that schema in much more detail in s 7 and 8, so for now I just want to point you to where the base type definitions are stored.
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Note The BaseTypes element can be used only in the global site configuration, and since modifying that
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file is not supported, you are stuck with the default base types. No, you cannot work around this issue. Yes, I know you want to.
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Mostly the base types contain columns, defined in the schema using the Fields element. These columns are the required columns such as Created By, Title, Version, and list-specific columns for the different base types. When you create a new list, you always get these columns added unless you explicitly remove them. You will learn how to do so in later chapters.
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OK, so where are we Ah, yes, we have covered the site definitions and explored the options available to you when constructing new site definitions. If there has been a bit too much theory, rest assured you will get plenty of chances to do exercises when you get to 11. In the meantime, I would like to share with you some tips and tricks for getting the most out of your site definition adventures: Explore by touch: When you work with an onet.xml file, you should try to add elements to see what options IntelliSense gives you. Try adding attributes to an element to see what values are acceptable. You could just memorize wss.xsd, but chances are you ll get much less headache from just playing around with onet.xml. Just remember to save a copy first in case you break something. Explore by test: Make yourself a new site definition, and use it to test the effects of different elements, attributes, and values. Feel free to copy one of the default webtemp.xml and onet.xml files and customize it to your heart s content. You will do plenty of that later, but I have found that trying while reading yields immediate results and knowledge. Explore by search: If you are wondering how a feature works, there is a big chance that the included site definitions include examples of how that feature should be implemented. If you search the [12]\TEMPLATE folder for files containing a certain element, you might find that ready-to-use examples exist in one of the built-in site definitions or features.
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Explore by Google: With the entire world at your fingertips, an online search may be just what you need if you still haven t figured out a certain syntax or feature. Chances are that someone else has experienced the exact same problem and blogged or written an article about it. Explore by inquiry: If you are really stuck, a whole range of online communities has experts that can help you. Feel free to come to the UnderstandingSharePoint.com/ justask site and ask a question. I will be there and can help you out as well. So, I have covered site definitions, but there is still a ton of things I need to cover before you can claim to understand the user experience. I will continue to dig down, and here are some of the things to come in the next few chapters: Lists galore: 6 will cover lists, list templates, and list forms, your ticket to user experience nirvana. Content types: These are really the coolest feature of SharePoint, especially to control behavior of information. Fields and columns: These are tiny pieces of information capable of ruining or creating the perfect user experience. Next up, however, you will explore some of the options you have to modify the default user experience and what will break your supportability. In the next chapter, I will cover topics such as CustomAction, delegate controls, feature stapling, and control templates.
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