SPContentTypeSealedException

Tags: sharepoint moss Description The Microsoft.SharePoint.SPContentTypeSealedException class inherits from the Microsoft.SharePoint.SPException class which denotes an exception in SharePoint. This in turn inherits from System.ApplicationException so the error is thrown by a user program rather than the runtime. SPContentTypeSealedException contains three public, and one protected constructor

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Tags: sharepoint moss Description The Microsoft.SharePoint.SPContentTypeSealedException class inherits from the Microsoft.SharePoint.SPException class which denotes an exception in SharePoint. This in turn inherits from System.ApplicationException so the error is thrown by a user program rather than the runtime. SPContentTypeSealedException contains three public, and one protected constructor

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SPContentTypeReadOnlyException

Description The Microsoft.SharePoint.SPContentTypeReadOnlyException class inherits from the Microsoft.SharePoint.SPException class which denotes an exception in SharePoint. This in turn inherits from System.ApplicationException so the error is thrown by a user program rather than the runtime.

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Description The Microsoft.SharePoint.SPContentTypeReadOnlyException class inherits from the Microsoft.SharePoint.SPException class which denotes an exception in SharePoint. This in turn inherits from System.ApplicationException so the error is thrown by a user program rather than the runtime.

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SPBuiltInContentTypeId

Description The Microsoft.SharePoint.SPBuiltInContentTypeId sealed class is useful for two distinct reasons. Firstly, it contains a series of static Microsoft.SharePoint.SPContentTypeId fields that characterize the default SharePoint content types

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Description The Microsoft.SharePoint.SPBuiltInContentTypeId sealed class is useful for two distinct reasons. Firstly, it contains a series of static Microsoft.SharePoint.SPContentTypeId fields that characterize the default SharePoint content types

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