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Microsoft Content Management Server Create/Delete Channel Web Author Plug-ins (C#)

, 17 May 2006 CPOL
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This set of plug-ins add options to Create and Delete Channels in the Content Management Server Web Author.

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Description

For use in the Microsoft Content Management Server, this set of plug-ins (written in C#) allows Administrators and Channel Managers to create and delete Channels using the Web Author. The Create Channel dialog also provides an option to create a default page for the newly created channel. When a default page template is selected, the user will be directed to the authoring view of the default page within the newly created channel. The user can either fill in content and click Save to create the default page, or click Cancel without creating the default page.

A VB.NET version of this set of plug-ins is available here.

Installation Procedures

  1. Copy all files in the directory WebControlLibray to the web control library project of your MCMS solution.
  2. Copy the directory WebAuthor to the root of your MCMS site.
  3. In your console control, register CustomAction, include Console.js, add ChannelCreateAction and ChannelDeleteAction to PresentationModeContainer (Unpublished), and add FailedChannelDelete to ErrorConsole. The following are the changes required as done in DefaultConsole.ascx.
    <%@ Register TagPrefix="CustomAction" 
      Namespace="QuestechSystems.WebControls.ConsoleControls" 
      Assembly="WebControl Library Assembly Name" %>
  4. Rebuild your site solution in Visual Studio, and you are all set.

History

  • V1.0 - 2004.04.10 - Base.
  • V1.1 - 2004.07.08
    • Fixed the missing buttons in the dialog.
    • Split CustomAction.cs into ChannelCreateAction.cs and ChannelDeleteAction.cs.
  • V1.2 - 2004.10.09 - Added an option to create a default page.
  • V1.21 - 2005.07.08 - Renamed the namespaces and updated the installation instructions.
  • V1.3 - 2006.05.14 - Added an ASP.NET 2.0 version.

Notes

If a channel is empty, MCMS will render the channel using the default cover page. You will, therefore, need a Channel Rendering script to fully utilize this set of plug-ins. Please see the MCMS documentation, "Creating Channel Rendering Scripts", for details.

License

This article, along with any associated source code and files, is licensed under The Code Project Open License (CPOL)

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GeneralASP 2.0 Pin
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GeneralRe: ASP 2.0 Pin
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GeneralRe: ASP 2.0 Pin
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GeneralC# Create Channel Pin
Alan Hendry7-Jul-05 4:50
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GeneralRe: C# Create Channel Pin
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GeneralRe: C# Create Channel Pin
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Generalcannot get &quot;Delete Channels&quot; to be seen Pin
Salberoni27-Apr-05 14:56
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GeneralRe: cannot get &quot;Delete Channel&quot; to be seen Pin
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GeneralRe: cannot get &quot;Delete Channel&quot; to be seen Pin
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General[help] change location of &quot;Create Channel&quot; option Pin
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GeneralRe: [help] change location of &quot;Create Channel&quot; option Pin
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GeneralRe: [help] change location of &quot;Create Channel&quot; option Pin
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GeneralRe: [help] change location of &quot;Create Channel&quot; option Pin
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GeneralRe: [help] change location of &quot;Create Channel&quot; option Pin
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GeneralRe: [help] change location of &quot;Create Channel&quot; option Pin
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GeneralStart Publishing Date Pin
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GeneralRe: Start Publishing Date Pin
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GeneralV1.1 requires MCMS SP1a Pin
Stephen Huen9-Jul-04 6:35
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GeneralFix on the missing buttons Pin
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GeneralRe: Fix on the missing buttons Pin
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