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more evidence that it actually does not work to set that property through CAML code. The omission virus also struck EnableContentTypes, ForceCheckout, and the attributes to control versioning. If you want to set these attributes, you need to use a FeatureActivated event handler. I will show you how in 12.
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The ListInstance contains the attributes Description, FeatureId, Id, OnQuickLaunch, QuickLaunchUrl, RootWebOnly, TemplateType, Title, and Url. Of these, only OnQuickLaunch and Id were not covered in the Lists in Site Definitions section. Some attributes have changed names and meaning, but you should recognize all of these from the previous section. In ListInstance, the list template type is now, more logically, specified in the TemplateType attribute. The Id attribute is used to uniquely identify the list instance within this feature. The documentation states that Id is both required, which is false, and that it must be an integer, which is also false. Even if you have no Id, pun intended, you will still get the list created. OnQuickLaunch will allow you to decide whether the list should be added to the QuickLaunch menu when the list is created. You can also set this attribute in the ListTemplate for the list, but if you set the attribute in the ListInstance element, the latter will override the ListTemplate attribute. See how easy that was I told you it was a breeze. With that in mind, let s briefly correlate the attributes of lists in site definitions with list instances in features. Table 6-2 lists the attributes in both elements.
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Table 6-2. List vs. ListInstance Attributes
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Description EmailAlias EnableContentTypes EnableMinorVersions FeatureId ForceCheckout QuickLaunchUrl RootWebOnly Title Type Url VersioningEnabled Not available
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OK, with that out of the way, I think we should take a break from easy street and take a side trip down a deep, deep path to discover something that is a mystery for many developers, email enabling lists. It is also time to cash in on that promise I made about teaching you how to email enable a custom list with only a single line of code. But first, we need some knowledge.
A Deep Dive into Email-Enabled Lists
Caution Deep water ahead. Wear a life vest at all times.
When you set up your SharePoint farm to have incoming email enabled, you can set up certain list types to receive email. What you need to actually make lists able to receive email is to set EmailAlias to the alias part of the incoming email address. The alias would be the part before the @example.com part, such as documents in documents@example.com.
Note In the default web interface management of Incoming email settings, there is an Allow incoming email radio button. The only purpose of that button is to allow or disallow you from filling in an email alias. There is no Enable incoming email property of the list object; when you set EmailAlias to an alias, the list becomes email enabled.
CHAPTER 6 WHAT LURKS IN THE FOREST OF LISTS
Only lists based on certain list templates can be email enabled, but sadly not the Custom List template that comes out of the box. If you try creating a custom list in your site and then go to configure the email settings, you will find that no such thing exists. It seems that only a few list template types support incoming email to a list. Many an online developer has asked countless questions about this, but the answer is more or less uniform: you can t do it. But can you really email enable a custom list Building the SharePoint User Experience s reporter, Bj rn Furuknap, set out to find the real truth behind the mystery of email-enabled custom lists. What he discovered will shock the SharePoint world. Stay tuned to hear the true story of incoming email in SharePoint.
Note At this point, you are free to imagine some really cool documentary intro, perhaps some action shots of me digging into the SharePoint DLLs and, of course, a whole range of nice women, fast cars, and piles of SharePoint books.
Hello and good evening. My name is Bj rn Furuknap, and tonight we reveal the shocking truth behind email enabling custom SharePoint lists. During the course of the last two hours I have been fighting my way through treacherous terrain far behind enemy lines to bring you knowledge of what really goes on with SharePoint lists and incoming email. What you are about to see will blow your mind, but can this elusive beast be caught on tape Be prepared as we dive deep into the phenomenon of how to email enable custom lists. The list templates that can be email enabled are defined by a rather curious piece of code in the Microsoft.SharePoint.dll assembly, in the SPList s CanReceiveEmail property. The code eventually calls an if statement in the SPEmailHandler.HasHandler method that checks whether the template on which the list is based is one of the SPListTemplateType template types that supports email enabling out of the box: Announcements Events DocumentLibrary PictureLibrary XMLForm DiscussionBoard Blog Why only these template types Actually, there is no technical reason why Microsoft could not allow you to have email-enabled custom lists. The problem arises when you start to think about what a custom list really is. It is custom, right No predefined columns at all. So, creating a feature to add an email to a list with no columns is rather pointless. At best, you could use the default Item content type column Title to store the subject, but that would not give you much benefit at all.
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