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SRC="/_layouts/[%=System.Threading.Thread.CurrentThread.CurrentUICulture.LCID%] /images/new.gif" alt="]]></HTML> <HTML>$Resources:core,new_gif_alttext</HTML><HTML><![CDATA[">]]></HTML> </IfNew> </Else> </IfEqual> </DisplayPattern> The DisplayPattern uses an IfEqual element that basically checks whether the item is a document and, if so, links to the document file instead of the display form of the item. The link to the display form is rendered using the URL CAML element we used in 7. And, to wrap the whole LinkTitle column up, look at the _EditMenuTableEnd column, which is really simple and just finishes up the table that started in _EditMenuTableStart: <DisplayPattern> <HTML><![CDATA[</td><td><img src="/_layouts/images/blank.gif" width=13 style="visibility: hidden" alt=""></td></tr></table>]]></HTML> </DisplayPattern>
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Columns in list templates are defined in the schema.xml file of a list template feature. There is a Fields element, which you saw briefly during our exploration into lists. It is time for some good news. Columns in list templates are exactly the same as columns in features, like we have just explored. Really, there is nothing more to learn about columns. Well, that s not exactly true; even with our fairly comprehensive investigation, we have still seen only a fraction of the columns available and what they can do. However, columns behave the same in features as they do in list templates. The only difference is scope. List template columns are available to a list only, while feature columns are site scoped and available to all sites and subsites from where we deploy the feature.
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If you want to use your column with a content type, you must deploy it as a site column using Tip
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As we saw in 8, you can only use site columns in content types. Also, remember that you do not define columns in content types; you can reference only existing site columns. Phew, that was quite a ride just to do something as simple as creating a link on an item title. Still, understanding how these columns are built is important for understanding how the complete user experience is built. When we start creating our own columns in Part 3 of the book, we will use much simpler code, so rest assured that the worst is behind us. Our final stretch in exploring the SharePoint user experience is just ahead: field types.
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With your newly found knowledge of columns, you can probably see a lot of potential power here. You can use different columns to store basic data and then use a computed column to create vastly complex renderings of that data. Still, with all that power, there is still one thing you need to learn in order to truly understand the power of SharePoint customization: the field type. The field type can be considered the atom of a SharePoint solution. It is the smallest piece of storage we can use. When harnessed, we get access to immense power, and although there are smaller pieces still, those smaller pieces belong to a completely different system and are rarely available to us. Oh, enough of the analogies. I know you are eager to complete our journey. Be patient, and you will be rewarded.
Caution If you open a list with columns based on custom field types in the Datasheet view, the custom field type based columns will not appear. The same applies for the built-in Excel export. But of course, we can create our own custom views now, and exporting data to an Excel worksheet is not really that difficult.
Before we start, I would like to get a few basics down first. Field types are the type associated with a certain column, such as text, choice, date/time, or integer. These types define the storage and optionally the rendering of data. In the object model, all field types eventually inherit from the SPField class, usually through one of its descendant classes such as SPFieldText and SPFieldChoice. In addition to providing storage, a field type also optionally allows you to define how to render a column based on the field type you develop.
Note We will revisit these field types and look at all the default types in 11. If you are impatient,
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