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Caution Before we press on into the forest called schema.xml, you must know that somewhere inside
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the forest lies a cave where a mighty monster lives. We must enter that cave if we are to reach the enlightened peaks of SharePoint knowledge. Very few developers are brave enough to face the monster, and even fewer return with their sanity intact. It is said that at night you can still hear the screams of previous developers as they try to claw their own eyes out of their heads. It is important that you pay attention to what I say. I have walked this forest many times, and although I cannot protect you inside the cave, I can make sure you don t step outside the safe path. There is still time to walk away; just close the book, put it in your bookshelf, and never think of it again. If you decide to remain here, though, please make sure you have your affairs in order, that you have written a last will and testament, and that you are wearing clean underwear.
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I would like to make our trek as easy as possible. After all, a forest is there to be enjoyed, right We are going to look at an existing and basic schema.xml to understand how that file is built. To accomplish this, you need to get the proper gear in place:
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1. Start with the Feature template from 3. 2. Open the [12]\TEMPLATE\FEATURES\CustomList folder in Windows Explorer. Copy the entire CustList folder into your project, under the MyFeature folder. Feel free to rename the MyFeature folder to something a bit more intuitive, such as MyListTemplate. Do the same to the folder you copied. Take a look at Figure 6-11 for how this looks in my solution.
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Figure 6-11. Visual Studio solution for MyListTemplate 3. Add the following code to the Elements element in elements.xml: <ListTemplate Type="10001" Name="MyListTemplate" DisplayName="My list template test" BaseType="0" SecurityBits="11"/>
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Note Make sure the value in the Name attribute matches the name of the subfolder containing
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schema.xml. The Name attribute tells SharePoint where to find the schema.xml file.
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4. Build and verify that your new list template appears on the Create page of your site. With that out of the way, you should be ready to start exploring. Open the schema.xml file (see Figure 6-12).
Caution Quickly close the Views section of the schema.xml file. That is where the beast resides. We
are not going in there before we have had plenty of time to prepare.
Figure 6-12. Basic schema.xml file With the Views section closed, you can see that the schema.xml file is not that horrible. The first thing that you should notice is that there is a List root element. This has nothing to do with the List element of the site definition. There is only a single subelement, MetaData, which in turn contains just four sections. We will get to all of them shortly.
Note There are actually four other possible sections here in the MetaData section, but these are not
important from a user experience view. I wish I could recommend looking in the documentation. Actually, I wish I had more space. Perhaps if I used shorter words: U may : if dis is all der is to sch.xml, big fuss . Ah b patient. C the Vu section Nah, that didn t work.
You may be asking yourself, If this is all there is to schema.xml, what s the big fuss about monsters and dark caves Ah, be patient. See that View section Leave it closed, because inside that element are dragons. For now we should focus on the other elements of the MetaData section.
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ContentTypes is the declaration of which content types should be added to the list. Inside the content types are two subelements, although only one is shown here, the ContentTypeRef. A ContentTypeRef is a reference to a content type that is defined elsewhere. In this case we are simply adding the default Item (0x01) and Folder (0x0120) content types. You will investigate content types and learn where the Item and Folder content types are defined in the next chapter. You may notice that there is a folder subelement in the ContentTypeRef for Item. Although not required, this element specifies an SPFolder under the root folder of the site in which you can place resources or set properties to go with your content type. A document template for the content type is a good example. The Fields section contains any list columns that should be added to the list on creation. You may find it strange that in the custom list this field is empty. However, recall that there are several global settings that add columns to the list, such as the BaseType of the list template as well as the Item content type. There will be plenty more on fields in 9, but for now just know that this is where you would add list columns to the list.
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