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List views in SharePoint 2010 enable you to create customized representations of list data for specific purposes, such as displaying specific fields When a new list in SharePoint is created, a default view is added Document Library lists get the All Documents view, Picture Library lists get the All Pictures view, and most of the other list types get the All Items view You can manage the views associated with a SharePoint 2010 list using Windows PowerShell Let s first take a look at how to modify an existing view
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Before you can edit an existing view in SharePoint 2010, you need to retrieve it You can use the GetViewFromUrl method of the SPWeb class Let s get the custom list we created earlier
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PS > $spWeb = Get-SPWeb -Identity "http://nimaintranet/site" PS > $spWebGetViewFromUrl("/Lists/My Custom List/AllItemsaspx")
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You can also retrieve the view from an SPList object using its indexed Views property
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PS > $spList = Get-SPList -url "http://nimaintranet/site/Lists/My Custom List" PS > $spView = $spListViews["All Items"]
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When you use this approach, all views are loaded into memory, and then a comparison is made to match each view s title with the text in the brackets If you have a list with a lot of views, it is better to use the GetViewFromUrl method In this chapter, we have added a few fields to our custom list When a field is added using Windows PowerShell, it is not automatically added to the default view Let s add the text field to the view First, we need to create a reference to the field that we want to add to the view
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PS > $spField = $spListFields["TextField"]
Then we can use the Add method provided by the SPViewFieldCollection class to add the field to a view
PS > $spViewViewFieldsAdd($spField) PS > $spViewUpdate()
You may also want to change the order in which items are displayed in the list view The Query property of the SPView class contains a Collaborative Application Markup Language (CAML) query that defines the subset of list items that is returned when this view is selected NOTE We are only able to briefly look at how we can use CAML queries as it stretches beyond the scope of this book To learn more about CAML and to be able to create more advanced queries, we recommend looking at the reference found on MSDN at http://msdnmicrosoftcom/en-us/library/ dd588106(office11)aspx
PS > $spViewQuery <OrderBy><FieldRef Name="ID" /></OrderBy>
In this example, the command returns <OrderBy><FieldRef Name="ID" /></ OrderBy>, which is the CAML query used by the default view You can change the query using Windows PowerShell In the next example, we change the query so that the items appearing in the view are ordered by the value of Title instead of ID
PS > $spViewQuery = '<OrderBy><FieldRef Name="Title" /></OrderBy>' PS > $spViewUpdate()
It is also possible to change the style of a list view using Windows PowerShell Retrieve the available view styles from the ViewStyles property
PS C:\> $spWebViewStyles | Select-Object -Property Title, Id | >> Format-Table -AutoSize Title ID -----Basic Table 0 Picture Library Details 6 7
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8 9 Boxed, no labels 12 Boxed 13 Document Details 14 Newsletter 15 Newsletter, no lines 16 Shaded 17 Issues Boxed 18 Issues Boxed, no labels 19 Preview Pane 20
Notice that the view styles with the IDs of 7, 8, and 9 are missing a title These are the Month, Week, and Day View styles used with calendar views Let s go ahead and change the view style for a list view The next example demonstrates how to change the view style of the All Items view
PS > $spViewApplyStyle($spWebViewStylesStyleByID(17)) PS > $spViewUpdate()
In this example, we change to the Shaded view style, which has an ID of 17
Creating a New View
It is also possible to create a completely new list view using the Add method of the SPViewCollection class When adding a new view, you have the option to specify which fields you want to show in the view The Add method accepts an object of the type SystemCollectionsSpecializedStringCollection as a value for the parameter that specifies which fields should be added to the view The string collection must contain the internal names of the fields The following is an example of creating such a string collection
PS PS PS PS > > > > $viewFields = New-Object SystemCollectionsSpecializedStringCollection $viewFieldsAdd("Title") $viewFieldsAdd("TextField") $viewFieldsAdd("ChoiceField")
You also have the opportunity to add a custom CAML query to the view In this example, we add a query that groups items by the value of the ChoiceField field
PS > $query = <GroupBy Collapse="TRUE" GroupLimit="30"> + >> <FieldRef Name="ChoiceField" /></GroupBy>
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