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string path = HttpContext.Current.Server.MapPath(this.GalleryPath); foreach (string file in Directory.GetFiles(path)) { Only load files with a .webpart file extension if (file.EndsWith(".WebPart")) { string partTitle = Path.GetFileNameWithoutExtension(file); WebPart wp = GetWebPart(partTitle); wp.ID = partTitle;
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ZONE ADDITIONS TO THE ADVENTURE WORKS PORTAL
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coll.Add(new WebPartDescription(wp)); } } return new WebPartDescriptionCollection(coll); }
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In our implementation of the GetAvailableWebPartDescriptions method we loop through each file within the directory that stores the web parts for our custom gallery and create a WebPartDescription by passing the file name of each file to our helper GetWebPart method. Passing a web part as the constructor argument of the WebPartDescription will ensure that the web parts listed in our custom gallery will have catalog images and tooltips associated with them if they are present in the XML web part definition file. Adding design-time functionality At the beginning of the GetAvailableWebPartDescriptions method, you will notice how we first check to see whether we are in design mode, and if so we display some sample web part data so that our control offers a good design-time experience. To provide the design-time data, some sample WebPartDescriptions are created in a static constructor for our custom catalog part and assigned to a private static property named DesignModeAvailableParts, as seen in listing 5.9.
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Listing 5.9 From within the static class contstructor we add web part descriptions to display in Visual Studio when the CentralGalleryCatalogPart is displayed in design mode.
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static CentralGalleryCatalogPart() { WebPartDescription[] designParts = new WebPartDescription[3]; designParts[0] = new WebPartDescription("Part1", "WebPart 1", null, null); designParts[1] = new WebPartDescription("Part2", "WebPart 2", null, null); designParts[2] = new WebPartDescription("Part3", "WebPart 3", null, null); DesignModeAvailableWebParts = new WebPartDescriptionCollection(designParts); }
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Set value of static DesignModeAvailableWebParts property
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private static WebPartDescriptionCollection DesignModeAvailableWebParts;
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Having this type of design-time experience ensures that our custom catalog part will offer an identical design experience as the existing ASP.NET catalog parts.
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WORKING WITH ZONES
The code for the Adventure Works portal can be found in the chapter 5 section of the resources website for this book. That code contains additional web parts that have been added to a new project named AW.Portal.Web.SharedWebParts. The code in the Adventure Works portal in the chapter 5 folder already includes new web parts and the new custom gallery that we built in this chapter.
SUMMARY
Throughout this chapter we ve seen how zones are much more than simple rectangles on a web page. In fact, zones can have a dramatic impact on the display of the web parts they contain. In addition to the zones themselves, we saw that custom chrome can be used to add a finer level of control over the display of zones and their web parts. Like the other web part controls we ve seen so far WebParts, Connections, and the WebPartManger zones are one of the fundamental building blocks of the portals we will build. The purpose of this chapter has been to give you an understanding of the purpose of zones and their capabilities. In future chapters we ll apply this core knowledge of web part controls to create more custom functionality. In chapter 7 we ll dive into zones and chrome again to explore adding new verbs to our web zones that provide users with an easier way to edit web parts. We ll also create a CatalogZone which is implemented as a dialog window and will provide us with an opportunity to mix some client-side scripting with the web part controls.
SUMMARY
Understanding personalization
6.1 6.2 6.3 6.4 Introduction 158 Defining personalization 159 Personalization in action 161 Lifecycle of personalization data 169 6.5 Working with personalization data 180 6.6 Personalization of the Adventure Works portal 187 6.7 Summary 197
INTRODUCTION
The world of website offerings has changed markedly in just a few years. I first visited websites to find the media soundtracks from my favorite shows, such as The Simpsons. At that time, most sites were nothing more than a few pages and the page listing media clips required endless scrolling. These pages often had weird background images and bizarre soundtracks. Other pages on those early websites sometimes included a links page a page with links to all the other sites the owner recommended. These days, users expect much more from websites and generally require them to be more customizable than their predecessors. Instead of being presented with a simple list of media soundtracks, users can now often personalize a page so that it contains tracks from their favorite artist or music genre. Quite often users can even aggregate their favorite items on a single page through sites that offer more advanced customization services. Sites offering the ability to personalize content become stickier as a result, because users stay on the sticky site rather than browsing to other sites
for the remainder of the content they want. The benefit for the owners of sticky websites is that their sites serve more ads and thus generate greater revenue.
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