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Retreive content type of a list programmatically

Posted By:      Posted Date: September 10, 2010    Points: 0   Category :SharePoint
 
Hi everyone,   I need to retreive all active SPContentType of a list. My list is configured to NOT allow the creation of "new folder" under the new button.   However, when I call the SPList.ContentTypes property, the SPContentType "New Folder" is always contains in the resulting collection... even if the SPList.EnableFolderCreation is set to false? Q.1. It's normal? Q.2. If yes, how can I differentiate the "New Folder" content type and all the others content type?   Thanks all   Marc          


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