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CHAPTER 7 ENCOUNTERING THE MONSTERS IN THE CAVE
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He continued, No longer will you wander among the normal people, wondering how things work. You have faced your fears, and you overcame those fears. You will leave this place only to take your place among the enlightened. You have left your life of ignorance and doubt behind. Welcome as a true master.
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The Liquid Nitrogen of SharePoint Content Types: The Coolest Thing Since Cold
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may have mentioned once or twice that the concept of content types is incredibly cool. It is time to see whether you agree, because we are about to enter the fascinating land of the user experience. You may also recall that everything in SharePoint is a content type. Either directly or indirectly, you are working with content types whenever you add, edit, upload, or in any shape or form manipulate data. So, besides being cool, content types are also fundamental to you understanding SharePoint. The phrase content types means different things in different technologies. In SharePoint, content types are a method of gathering different columns, behaviors, and appearances under a single name, and they have nothing to do with MIME content types. The concept of content types is nothing new and to a large extent mimics the idea of object orientation in programming languages. In fact, if you read on, you will see how content types in SharePoint are really powerful.
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Content types are just that types of content. Consider a solution in which you store accounting and other financial data. You may have different types of content such as invoices, accounts, transactions, employee salaries, and so on. Each of these types requires different sets of data. An invoice would have products or services rendered as well as amounts payable, transactions would require a source and recipient, an employee salary object would have an employee reference, and the salary would have a currency amount.
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Note I know very little about accounting and considerably less about accounting in other countries,
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especially compared to what I know about SharePoint.
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Information about these types of data can be encapsulated in SharePoint content types. You would have a content type for each type of content, and the content type would hold fields and columns to describe the information to be stored in each item. You may be tempted then to compare content types to database schemas. You should yield to that temptation, but keep in mind that content types are far more powerful and have plenty of other features besides just describing pieces of data. You can also connect behavior to different content types in SharePoint, meaning that you can have a certain piece of data behave in a certain fashion. For instance, if you add an invoice to your invoice collection, you might want to have that automatically trigger updating an account somewhere or asking for approval from someone. Or, when a new employee enters the building, you might want to automatically add them to the payroll. This may not seem revolutionary we all probably know that we can have a list of invoices and attach workflow and feature receivers to that list but the cool thing about a content type is that the behavior follows the type, not the list. If you move an invoice from one library to another, the functionality follows the invoice with no concern for the list in which it is stored. When it comes to appearance, you can also connect forms such as a display form and edit form to content types. We looked briefly at this in 6 when we examined the ListForm rendering template, so you probably knew that. However, the forms and visual appearance of content types follow the type again, not the list, meaning that where you store the item is of no concern; the appearance remains. For example, you can have an employee salary record displayed in a fancy visual interface, regardless of the list in which the salary record is stored. As you saw in 5, on evolving the default experience, you can also attach custom actions that connect user interface elements to certain content types. In addition, content types are cross-list and cross-site, meaning you can define them independently of any single list or site. If you create a content type once, you can use the same content type several places. And, now that you are beginning to drool over all the power you will get when you learn how to use content types, here s an added bonus, just for you: content types support inheritance. If you create a base Document type to which you add several columns, you can create child content types that inherit from the Document base type and thus also all the columns. Add a column to the parent Document content type, and you can have every child get that same column added. Note the word can. You don t have to inherit anything. In fact, it is quite difficult to actually get inheritance to work if you manage content types yourself, but we will get back to why in a little while. But wait, there s more. You can customize a single content type instance as well. If you add a content type X to lists A and B, you can customize X on list A but leave X on B unmodified. This happens for the very same reason that inheritance is a bit fuzzy. Be patient, I will explain shortly. OK, I need a break and so do you. Sit down, try to calm your mind from exploding, and just relax. By the end of this chapter, you will know plenty about content types.
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