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Figure 7-3. Grouping and totals view You are not just limited to sums either; you can do averages, counts, variance, and other aggregations. Note that the available aggregations vary by field type. You cannot average a text field, for instance. Next up are the view styles. View styles are sort of nice because they allow you to really change the user experience quickly. There are some built-in styles that you might explore, but basically there is little here that we cannot do in normal view development.
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Note View styles are a bit old-fashioned and will not be covered in this book.
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The folder settings on the view give you an option to not display items inside a folder. If your name is Merlin and you ve had dealings with a guy named Arthur, you may recall that we talked about folders being content types in the next chapter. For the rest of us, we will investigate folders more in 8. For the impatient, you just need to know that folders are items, just like anything else, that are based on a certain content type. Although it may appear that items are stored in a folder, it is more accurate to say that items are connected to a folder. All items, including folders, are stored in the same spot, regardless of folder structure. Finally, you can choose to make this view a mobile view, which in essence strips away a lot of the navigation and pretty stuff to make a low-bandwidth, low-screen-real-estate version of the view. If you want to make your new view the default mobile view, you can do so.
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Fine, we re done. These are the options we have when creating a view through the web interface. How hard can it be to do this in CAML No, this was way too easy. Something didn t smell right, and it wasn t the sulfur or the pieces of dead animals littering the floor of the cavern. No, this had the foul stench of trap.
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Before we go any further, it can help to have a basic list set up so that we can experiment a bit with the different elements. This basic list will be expanded during the course of our cave exploration. 1. Start with the custom MyListTemplate list feature you created in 6. If you didn t create that feature, you should do so now. 2. Make sure you have IntelliSense working. Developing views without IntelliSense is like parachuting without a parachute. 3. Deploy your list to one of your lab sites. I am using the Team Site lab, but you can choose whichever lab you like. Verify that your list gets created. If not, go back to step 1.
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Up to now we have always started out by looking at an existing piece of code from the out-ofthe-box SharePoint installation. However, most of the views that ship with SharePoint are so complex that it will probably make you dizzy just looking at the code and trying to make heads and tails of it; so, we should start with something simpler. And what could be simpler than starting out with our own view with nothing but what we really, really need Start with the customized custom list template that you should have made by now. In your schema.xml file, look at the Views section, but ignore the views that are there already. What we want to do is add our own view, so close the existing views, and start with a simple piece of code: <View BaseViewID="2" DisplayName="Custom View" Type="HTML" SetupPath="pages\viewpage.aspx" WebPartZoneID="Main" Url="CustomView.aspx"> </View> That is really all you need to create a view. Build your solution, which should include a deployment if you have followed the instructions from 3, and create a new list based on your template if you didn t do this earlier.
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