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What is Custom action?

Posted By :Sagar Pardeshi     Posted Date :November 28, 2013    Points :40   Category :SharePoint 
Represents a link, toolbar button, menu item, or any control that can be added to a toolbar or menu that appears in the sharepoint ribbon UI. For e.g. "New Link" button in your List is a custom action Items in List Tools is a custom action.

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How do you create a Custom action for an item in a list ?

  

Ans. This can be done by adding a new feature into SharePoint. You would need to use customaction tag in your elements.xml file and will have to set various properties like imageurl or UrlAction for your customaction. You can later add this feature into sharepoint using stsadm install feature command. (More...)

How do you create a Custom action for an item in a list ?

  
This can be done by adding a new feature into SharePoint. You would need to use customaction tag in your elements.xml file and will have to set various properties like imageurl or UrlAction for your customaction. You can later add this feature into sharepoint using stsadm install feature command. (More...)

What is different between Web User Control and in Web Custom Control?

  
Web user controls : Web User Control is Easier to create and another thing is that its support is limited for users who use a visual design tool one gud thing is that its contains static layout one more thing a seprate copy is required for each application.

Web custom controls: Web Custom Control is typical to create and gud for dynamic layout and another thing is it have full tool support for user and a single copy of control is required because it is placed in Global Assembly cache. (More...)

Can I create your own custom templates in Sharepont?

  
Yes you can. You can have templates for business plans, doctor's office, lawyer's office, Educational, health etc and if you want to share with anyone else in SharePint community you can upload your own SharePoint templates to Microsoft website. (More...)

Why would you use a custom column in sharepoint?

  
Because It allows you to re-use the column in multiple libraries. Particularly useful if you use a Choice type to restrict the user input to a predefined set of answers, and when that list of answers will likely change (More...)

Difference Between User Control and Custom Control In Asp.Net?

  
User Controls: We need to implement with Predefined Functionality with Available Properties

Web User Controls:Web User Controls Implements Customized Properties and Customized Methods,we can develop any control with User defined Properties








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How can we register a custom server control to a web page ?

  
we can register a custom server control to a web page using

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What are custom controls?

  
Custom controls are compiled code components that execute on the server, expose the object model, and render markup text, such as HTML or XML, as a normal Web Form or user control does. (More...)

Can a list definition be derived from a custom content type?

  
Yes, a list definition can derive from a content type which can be seen in the schema.XML of the list definition in the element. (More...)

What base class do custom Field Controls inherit from?

  
This varies. Generally, custom field controls inherit from the Microsoft.SharePoint.WebControls.BaseFieldControl namespace, but you can inherit from the default field controls.
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Why are properties important in WebPart development, and how have you exploited them in past development projects? What must each custom property have?

  
Properties are important because WebParts allow levels of personalization for each user. WebPart properties make it possible for a user to interact, adjust, and increase overall experience value with the programmatic assets that you develop without having the need to use an external editor or right any code. A very simple example of exploiting a property would be something like allowing the user to change the text on the WebPart design interface so that they can display whatever string of text they desire.
Each custom property that you have must have the appropriate get and set accessor methods.
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What are the differences between user and custom controls?

  
User controls are easier to create in comparison to custom controls, however user controls can be less convenient to use in advanced scenarios.
User controls have limited support for consumers who use a visual design tool whereas custom controls have full visual design tool support for consumers.
A separate copy of the user control is required in each application that uses it whereas only a single copy of the custom control is required, in the global assembly cache, which makes maintenance easier.
A user control cannot be added to the Toolbox in Visual Studio whereas custom controls can be added to the Toolbox in Visual Studio.
User controls are good for static layout whereas custom controls are good for dynamic layout.
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