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Now that we share a basic set of tools, it is time to begin our adventure. Having established that you already know how to set up a basic web application in SharePoint, there should be no problem for you to do so now. I will give you step-by-step setup instructions in a moment, so for now, focus on understanding the site hierarchy and our setup. Our SharePoint site setup will be rather simple. We want a root site based on the Team Site definition that ships with WSS. On that site, we will create multiple subsites based on each of the major site definitions that are available out of the box, namely, a meeting workplace, a wiki site, and a blog site. We will use these particular sites because they offer us a wide variety of user experience elements that we should learn.
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Note Do not skip this setup. It may seem trivial, but it ensures that we will get the same results in later
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1. Create your web application any way you choose using any port number. For my examples, I have a server called LAB-S02, and I use port number 10000. When you see a reference to http://lab-s02:10000/, you know to which site I am referring. 2. Create a new site collection in the root of your new web application. Choose the Team Site template, and fill in the remaining fields as you want. 3. Open your new site, and create three new subsites using the following site templates. Name them whatever you like; I have placed the names I use in parentheses. Basic Meeting Workplace (Basic Meeting Lab) Wiki (Wiki Lab) Blog (Blog Lab) At this point, you should have a site that resembles Figure 1-7.
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Figure 1-7. Initial site structure This setup will allow you to test the same code that will be used in later chapters of this book and get the same results. You may of course skip or change the setup, but do so only if you feel sufficiently confident that you know what the consequences are.
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We are just about ready to start diving in, so it makes sense to take a snapshot of your virtual machine now. That way, if you really mess up your installation later, you can easily come back to this state with all the setup completed. Just remember to put all your hard work on an external storage medium so a snapshot restore does not delete your files.
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If you are using a virtual machine software package that does not support snapshots, you may chose Tip
to power down your virtual machine and back up the VM folder or disks.
Remember to activate your software before you take a snapshot.
That s a Wrap
OK, we now have a working environment in which we can start developing. You should also have learned a bit about how to use the set of tools that I use most frequently for making the SharePoint development experience a lot better. Remember that tools can remove the learning experience and that you should learn how to develop without tools first. Once you know how to create a certain piece of code, using tools is a good approach to save time. Even so, I still sometimes go back and create features from scratch, in Notepad, just to make sure I remember the right syntax. Going forward, we are going to explore a couple of topics outside the main focus of this book, namely, XML and SharePoint Features. You should have at least a cursory knowledge of these topics already, but getting a refresher is always useful. In the meantime, pat yourself on the back for having taken the first step toward a better understanding of SharePoint and the user experience.
CHAPTER
Taking a Crash Course in XML Reviewing the Simple Stuff Needed to Work with SharePoint
harePoint uses Extensible Markup Language (XML) or, to be more specific, the Collaborative Application Markup Language (CAML). We will spend a lot of time working with CAML, but it will be a lot easier to understand if you have the basics of XML down first. Feel free to skip along your merry way to the next chapter if you can tell me what the difference is between an element and an attribute and when you should use one or the other. If you have never worked with XML, either you have been living in a cave for the past ten years or you have worked very hard to avoid XML. It is time to either get you out of that cave or turn some of that avoidance effort into a learning effort. If nothing else, I hope to show you in this chapter that XML is quite simple and that any fear you have for XML will be nothing compared to what you will face later in the book. So, take this time to relax and get some cheap knowledge that will be applicable outside of SharePoint as well. There will be plenty of terror later. Mu-ha-ha-ha-ha....
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