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AllowDeletion affects the list instance and determines whether the list can be deleted. Some lists, such as the User Information list, will cause serious consequences to your site if deleted, so set this attribute to False if you d like to prevent that with your lists. If AllowDeletion is set to False, the link Delete this list from the list settings will not be present. Also, attempts to delete the list by other means, such as through code or SharePoint Manager 2007, will fail. AllowEveryoneViewItems is both useful and overlooked. What it does is allow everyone to view items. Duh. Although that may be obvious, the real usefulness of this attribute requires a bit of a demonstration. Let s break your site, shall we 1. Open your root site in your site collection, and go to the Master Page Gallery. You will find this under Site Settings in the column named Galleries.
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2. Verify that owners, members, and guests have access to the default.master. Do this by opening the context menu and clicking Manage permissions. 3. While on the Permissions page for default.master, go to the Actions menu, and click Edit permissions. You will be warned that this may have dire consequences, but we are developers, and we don t listen to such nonsense. 4. Remove all permissions by selecting all the groups check boxes and then, from the Actions menu, click Remove permissions. Again, ignore any nagging warning; just click OK and verify that no users now have access to the default.master file.
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Note If you actually went ahead and did all these steps, I thank you for your blind vote of confidence. The next thing you should do is send all your cash to my PayPal account. Then you should reconsider your policy on trusting strange authors who tell you to do weird things.
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You may think that removing all permissions on the master page of a site would crash the site horribly. After all, the default.master is used on every page and form. However, since the Master Page Gallery has the AllowEveryoneViewItems attribute set to True, well, everyone can view items. This even applies to users from other sites. If a user has access only to subsite B but not to root site A, the user can still access items in any list or library of A that has AllowEveryoneViewItems set to True. You still need at least access to the web application, though, so setting AllowEveryoneViewItems does not allow anonymous access, since anonymous access is granted on the web application level. Oh, to reverse the permission changes we made earlier, simply go back to the permissions of the item, and select Inherit Permissions from the Actions menu. BaseType is absolutely required and determines from which of five possible root templates the site template should inherit. These root templates are as follows: 0: Generic list 1: Document library 3: Discussion forum 4: Vote or survey 5: Issues list These root template types define some very important properties and columns. Although you may get a brief idea of what each type does just by looking at its name, it is important to know where these base types get their settings. The answer is that the base types are defined in the global site definition that we explored in 4. If you look into the global site definition at [12]\TEMPLATE\GLOBAL\XML\onet.xml, you will find a section that you will not see in any other onet.xml files, the BaseTypes element. Check out Figure 6-5.
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Figure 6-5. BaseTypes element in the global onet.xml As you can see, there is no BaseType element with Type="2". I do not know why. If you were to investigate these base types in more detail, you would find a mystery revealed. As you have likely noticed, every item you put into a SharePoint list gets a lot of columns apparently from nowhere. For instance, you have columns such as Author, Modified, Version, the EditControlBlock menu (also known as ECB, which appears when you hover over the title of an item), and so on. All these columns and others get added from the BaseType. We will cover fields and columns in great detail in 9, but for now, take a look at Figure 6-6 to see how the ECB is actually created.
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