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ForceCheckout forces users to check out a document if they want to edit it. This is useful if you have many people potentially working on the same document at the same time. Basically, checking out a document means that nobody can edit the item until you check the document in again. That prevents situations where two editors modify the same document at the same time. Although useful most of the time, if you forget to check the document in again, it will remain checked out, and nobody will be able to edit the document at all. Note that you do not need the document to check the document into the library again. If you delete the document on your local hard drive, you can still check the document in to the library by just changing the checked-out status in the library. The version you originally downloaded will then be available again. QuickLaunchUrl determines to which URL the list name in the QuickLaunch menu should be linked. You must use a relative path here, pointing to a file that actually exists. For example, if you try to set QuickLaunchUrl to http://www.live.com/, it will not work, and the entire link will be removed. QuickLaunchUrl can be a useful way of setting the link in the QuickLaunch menu, but other methods offer far more flexibility, and I will show you how when we get to list templates later in the chapter. Remember that Maybe annotation from Figure 6-1 Now you know that a link in the QuickLaunch menu might not lead to the All Items view. RootWebOnly lets you ensure that a list is created only if the site is provisioned as the root site of a site collection. This is useful if you have centrally stored data that needs to exist only once for an entire site, such as global templates, images, or other documents. My preference is to create a separate site definition for the root site of a site collection in any case, so I do not use this much, but that is just me.
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I recommend against using the List element of onet.xml. First, think of reusability. If you create a list instance, you need to replicate the tag for every site in which you intend to provision that list. Putting a list instance in a feature is much more flexible. Second, using lists in onet.xml is antiquated. It may even be considered obsolete in a future version of SharePoint. The documentation hints at this, stating that the ListInstance element of a feature is the same as the List element previously located in onet.xml. The List element of onet.xml may or may not be removed at some point because of reusability, but even if it will remain supported, list instances in features are much more flexible. You may wonder why I did not mention this in the beginning of this section. My question to you then is this: would you have read the information if I had warned you against using the element
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Note No out-of-the-box features actually use the ListInstance element in WSS, but several features
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As I mentioned earlier, there are other ways to create a list using CAML. I strongly recommend using features to provision lists rather than creating lists as part of the site definition, because features provide you with great flexibility and reusability, and all that power is transferred to list provisioning as well. Now that you know how to create lists in onet.xml, you will see that provisioning list instances in features is a breeze. Of course, if you have no clue how to work with features, it will seem like riding a bicycle with the seat missing, but then again, reading 2 will alleviate that. So, let s get on with the show. To instantiate a list in a feature, you would add the ListInstance element to your elements.xml file in your feature. The ListInstance element resembles the List element from onet.xml, but there are differences. Here s that breeze I was talking about earlier.
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