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Note Yes, in the built-in Text field type, the FieldTypeClass is added twice. There is no need for that.
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The SQLType property is used to define what data type should be used when storing information in SQL Server. You do not need to set this in your custom field type, and, in fact, you should not do so. The ParentType is used when you inherit from an existing field type, which is always the case when creating your own field types. The base field types, however, do not inherit, and thus this value is empty for the Text field type. It s mandatory in your custom field type; otherwise, it s optional. The two final values set in the Text field type, Sortable and Filterable, are Boolean values that define whether the columns based on the field type can be sorted and filtered, respectively. You might not want to filter on an image, for instance. This is only partially true, however. Columns are sortable or filterable only if they are placed in a view that takes sorting and filtering into account. As we saw when creating our own view, if our view does not support sorting, no amount of property setting will make our view sortable. These Field elements are used in the Text field type, but there are other Field elements we should at least give a cursory glance while we are here. I will just explain these here; they are used in multiple field types throughout. You may think that the Field elements were too easy, and you are right thinking that. There are many more fields we can use to set properties for a field. I ll cover some of these when we start building our own fields in Part 3, so I will postpone any further mention here. And I have another surprise in store for you. The documentation for the Field name values is quite good. That s right I just commended the documentation. No, I am not completely crazy, and the sky isn t going to fall down tomorrow; the documentation on custom field types and especially the Field element states clearly and with good explanations what the different Name attribute values mean. I highly recommend taking the time to look through the documentation.
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The RenderPattern elements define how the field should appear. Now, before you go ahead and mention that this could be handled with a custom field type control (which is correct and also a bit premature since we haven t covered that yet), check out the I ll Handle My Rendering in Code, Thanks sidebar. Regardless of where you put your rendering logic for displaying or editing a field, there is still some rendering logic that should be placed in a RenderPattern. For example, the header pattern that is responsible for rendering the column header in a list view should be added in CAML.
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As with Field, there is no real strongly typed schema for RenderPattern elements, and the single attribute Name controls the usage of the value. The RenderPattern has seven possible values for Name, all referring to a different rendering pattern: HeaderPattern: Used to render the column header in list views DisplayPattern: Used to display the column, either in list views or in display forms EditPattern: Used to render the column for editing an existing item NewPattern: Used to render the column when adding a new item PreviewDisplayPattern: Used to preview the display of the column in visual editors such as SharePoint Designer 2007 PreviewEditPattern: Used to preview the editing of a column in visual editors such as SharePoint Designer 2007 PreviewNewPattern: Used to preview the adding of a column in visual editors such as SharePoint Designer 2007 The RenderPattern contains CAML based on the view schema. Now, if you had not fought the dragon in the cave, you might go Oh no just about now, but since we are now enlightened developers, running through the rendering patterns used in the Text field type should be a walk in the park. If you felt like skipping the cave, well, it should still be a walk in the park, but the park will be littered with broken glass and you will be barefooted.
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