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If The operation has timed-out error message appears while setting XML placeholder contents, use a file reference for local .xsd files instead of an HTTP-based URL. Microsoft IIS has trouble resolving HTTP-based URLs to the local computer (for example, URL http://localhost/file.xsd).
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In this chapter, we covered troubleshooting issues related to setting up, upgrading, configuring, and uninstalling MCMS. We discussed issues related to the operation of administration tools (Site Manager and Site Stager). Finally, we covered integrating CMS with Visual Studio.
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The following list of troubleshooting resources appears in the MCMS documentation: Debugging topics Microsoft Visual Studio .NET Help Microsoft SQL Server Help
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PART
Templates
CHAPTER
MCMS Development Using Page Objects
his chapter covers Processing pages Examining an MCMS application Visual Studio and MCMS MCMS .NET class reference MCMS COM object reference Developing templates Template development procedures MCMS Author Connector templates Creating MCMS publishing tasks Using the Web Author Creating pages Publishing pages Updating pages The MCMS Authoring Connector
This chapter explains the procedures for implementing MCMS objects, primarily templates and placeholders. This chapter does not show you how to code a Web application. We will cover MCMS-Visual Studio integration and the critical procedures for creating an MCMS solution, but we won t cover language specifics or code constructs. Many of the development procedures discussed in this chapter do involve writing PAPI and ASPX code to accomplish the specific goals of your site. Although we do not cover how to write this code, we do indicate what functional pieces are required where.
CHAPTER 9 MCMS DEVELOPMENT USING PAGE OBJECTS
The big picture here is that MCMS is a rich environment for developing practical and efficient business Web solutions. The power, however, is not in the box to get a cool portal app, you have to code it.
Processing Pages
The structure of this book to this point has been no frills or tangential side trips into MCMS concepts. Although we won t break our mold here, we will expand our discussion to include page processing. What we know so far is that what MCMS serves up may look like a Web page to a browser, but it s actually a posting a dynamic construct based on ASP template code, data from a database (and file system resources), all wrapped together with an MCMS-specific console. Figure 9-1 traces the process of responding to page requests. We ll use this to see where you need to provide your customized code. MCMS responds to page requests by assembling postings. The way postings are rendered depends on the mode in which the browser is operating, author or subscriber. Content on pages looks different under each of these modes. Let s examine presentation mode first.
Figure 9-1. How MCMS serves page requests
CHAPTER 9 MCMS DEVELOPMENT USING PAGE OBJECTS
The processes in Figure 9-1 are 1. The user clicks on a link to a page on the CMS site. Nothing looks or feels any different between the CMS site and any other Web site. 2. IIS (CMS-enabled) accepts and processes the page request. The page request is routed to the ISAPI filter (ReAuthFilt.dll), which splits the URL into the corresponding posting and template file and generates a new URL using the ASPX template file. The new URL contains unique query string parameters, including a GUID for the posting. 3. IIS passes the generated URL to ASP.NET.DLL and MCMS, which instantiates a CmsHttpContext object in which the ASPX template file is executed. A Posting object is initialized, a template object is initialized, and template data are extracted from the Content Repository. 4. Template files contain one or more placeholder controls. Placeholder data (content) are read from the Content Repository. The PlaceholderDefinition objects are instantiated from the Content Repository. These objects contain configuration and constraint information about controls. 5. During ASPX template execution, the CmsHttpContext object renders the placeholder controls, HTML, script, and other controls as a stream of HTML. 6. MCMS exposes a fairly straightforward page-processing object model (see Figure 9-2). The root object is the CmsHttpContext object. Contained within the context are Channel and Posting objects. Channels provide the logical structure of the MCMS site and postings are the pages. A posting is assembled from a Template object, which contains placeholders for content. For a placeholder to be embedded into a template, a Placeholder Definition object must be associated with the Template object. A Template object is associated with a template file containing ASP code. Figure 9-2 illustrates the CMS object model. This object hierarchy is covered in the procedures delineated in the second half of the chapter. MCMS also manages a cache to expedite files that are used often.
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