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Inside Microsoft® Windows® SharePoint® Services 3.0 by Daniel Larson, Ted Pattison

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Chapter 6. Lists and Content Types

  • Understand the conceptual data model of WSS content storage.

  • Program against lists, items, and fields with the WSS object model.

  • Understand and create type definitions for site columns and content types.

  • Develop features that contain custom list types.

  • Write event handlers and bind them to WSS lists.

Lists and Content Types

The central component to collaborative applications is a flexible data model, with which users can store, manage, and collaborate on data. This data may represent people, things, or documents and can store a great amount of metadata about the actual pieces of data. For example, a document may have multiple keywords associated with it as well as approval status, author information, and tracking data. ...

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