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To add site columns using the web interface, you simply go to the site where you want to add a column, then go to the Site Settings page, and finally select the site columns. Create your site column by clicking Create, fill in the form, submit it, and live happily ever after. You can do this on any site. Creating a basic field using a feature is slightly more complex, but not much. First, start with your basic feature as explained in 3, and make sure your feature scope is set to site, not web. As with content types, site column features are site scoped, and of course you remember that site in this feature context means site collection. The ID of the field needs to be unique to the entire site collection to support content type inheritance and to allow site columns to be used in child sites. Yes, that s correct. Columns have scope just like content types. If you define a site column in one site, all child sites will also be able to use that column. Site columns and content types are closely connected. Let s get back to your feature now in your elements file, add a Field element as such: < xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8" > <Elements xmlns="http://schemas.microsoft.com/sharepoint/">
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CHAPTER 9 STROLLING THROUGH FIELDS OF GOLD
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<Field Name="Recipient" DisplayName="Recipient" ID="{053EC00E-D451-4733-8CA0-31532C974E91}" Type="Text" > </Field> </Elements>
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Caution Unlike other GUID examples, you must use brackets in the GUID ID value when defining site
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columns. Do not forget this.
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All you need to do to deploy your new column now is to deploy the feature and then activate the feature from the Site Collection Features page on the root web in the site collection.
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Don t forget the DisplayName attribute. The DisplayName attribute is what is visible to you when you want to add, edit, or remove the column. If you skip the DisplayName attribute, you will have a rather annoying problem an invisible field in the site columns. Not just that, but since the field does not have a name, you cannot click it to remove it either. Figure 9-1 shows this situation. Your solution, as for many problems, is your trusty copy of SharePoint Manager 2007. Open your site, and browse to the fields of the site. Your unnamed column should be right at the top. Either change the name to enable deletion and modification from the web interface or delete the column before reactivating the feature.
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Figure 9-1. Nothing to click
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CHAPTER 9 STROLLING THROUGH FIELDS OF GOLD
Let s take a look at how this is done in some of the default fields installed with SharePoint. Open the [12]\TEMPLATE\FEATURES\fields\fieldswss.xml file. The fieldswss.xml file holds all the default site columns that are installed when you set up SharePoint. The fields feature containing all these fields is activated through the global site definition at [12]\GLOBAL\XML\onet.xml, as you saw in 4. Your first impression of the fieldswss.xml file might be Wow! It is a huge file, and I bet you never imagined so many columns were installed. When you start to investigate, however, the file is quite manageable. What will really stun you is the sheer amount of options you have when you want to create your columns. We should investigate some of the common columns used throughout SharePoint, but we can t ignore the lesser known columns either. I ll show you some columns, and then we will explore the different attributes and elements afterward.
ContentType
You know that all items in SharePoint are based on a content type. At least you know that if you have been paying attention, especially in 7. All items, regardless of content type inheritance, have a ContentType property. This is facilitated through the System root content type, defined in [12]\TEMPLATE\FEATURES\ctypes\ctypeswss.xml, which contains a single field reference to the ContentType site column: <ContentType ID="0x" Name="$Resources:System" Group="_Hidden" Sealed="TRUE" Version="0"> <FieldRefs> <FieldRef ID="{c042a256-787d-4a6f-8a8a-cf6ab767f12d}" Name="ContentType"/> </FieldRefs> </ContentType> The site column referenced in the system root content type is the second column or field defined in fieldswss.xml: <Field ID="{c042a256-787d-4a6f-8a8a-cf6ab767f12d}" Name="ContentType" SourceID="http://schemas.microsoft.com/sharepoint/v3" StaticName="ContentType" Group="_Hidden" RowOrdinal="0" Type="Text" DisplayName="$Resources:core,Content_Type;" ReadOnly="TRUE" Sealed="TRUE" ColName="tp_ContentType" PITarget="MicrosoftWindowsSharePointServices" PIAttribute="ContentTypeID"> </Field>
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