AttachmentUpload

Description The Microsoft.SharePoint.WebControls.AttachmentUpload class inherits from the Microsoft.SharePoint.WebControls.FormComponent class which is the foundational control for form and field rendering controls. The AttachmentUpload control is visible in the shipped software when attachments are enabled on a list, located on the default list toolbar. The AttachmentUpload control checks whether the SPList.EnableAttachments property is true, determining whether the control should be visib

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Description The Microsoft.SharePoint.WebControls.AttachmentUpload class inherits from the Microsoft.SharePoint.WebControls.FormComponent class which is the foundational control for form and field rendering controls. The AttachmentUpload control is visible in the shipped software when attachments are enabled on a list, located on the default list toolbar. The AttachmentUpload control checks whether the SPList.EnableAttachments property is true, determining whether the control should be visib

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RecentChangesMenu

Description The Microsoft.SharePoint.WebControls.RecentChangesMenu inherits from the Microsoft.SharePoint.WebControls.TemplateBasedControl class which allows deriving specific types of template-rendered controls. The RecentChangesMenu control is most evident in the shipped SharePoint software on the left hand side of Wiki pages noted with the header “Last Modified”. This placement can be examined further by opening the template located at TEMPLATEDocumentTemplateswkpstd.aspx.

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Description The Microsoft.SharePoint.WebControls.RecentChangesMenu inherits from the Microsoft.SharePoint.WebControls.TemplateBasedControl class which allows deriving specific types of template-rendered controls. The RecentChangesMenu control is most evident in the shipped SharePoint software on the left hand side of Wiki pages noted with the header “Last Modified”. This placement can be examined further by opening the template located at TEMPLATEDocumentTemplateswkpstd.aspx.

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DialogMaster

Description The Microsoft.SharePoint.WebControls.DialogMaster class inherits from the System.Web.UI.MasterPage class which is accountable for the affording template support and assimilation of System.Web.UI.WebControls.Content objects along with their associated child controls. The DialogMaster class is heavily represented within the shipped version of SharePoint in numerous interfaces, mostly notably with “Picker” objects. For custom development, if a requirement is to use the dialog.master ma

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Description The Microsoft.SharePoint.WebControls.DialogMaster class inherits from the System.Web.UI.MasterPage class which is accountable for the affording template support and assimilation of System.Web.UI.WebControls.Content objects along with their associated child controls. The DialogMaster class is heavily represented within the shipped version of SharePoint in numerous interfaces, mostly notably with Picker objects. For custom development, if a requirement is to use the dialog.master ma

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