Building on the last post about creating a content type, in this post we’ll create a custom list template which uses that content type and deploy it using a feature. If you’ve ever taken a look at the schema definition file for a list template, you may baulk at it’s size and complexity, in fact … Continue reading Creating a SharePoint List Template using a Feature
Following on from this post in which I created Site Columns using a feature, in this post we will create a Content Type based on these site columns. For an introduction to Content Types see the MSDN site. Building on the solution in the previous post, we will create a Content Type called “My Site … Continue reading Creating a SharePoint Content Type using a Feature
I’m working on a feature to provision core dependencies for my applications and tools into the SharePoint environment, which inevitably involves changes to the web.config files on Web Applications across the farm. This post has proved really useful when using the SPWebConfigModification class.