SoapDiscoveryLink

Description The Microsoft.SharePoint.WebControls.SoapDiscoveryLink class inherits from the Microsoft.SharePoint.WebControls.SPControl which acts as a base server control within SharePoint. The SoapDiscoveryLink web control writes to standard output the definite path to a sites .disco file within a literal LINK element with the TYPE attribute set to an XML media type.

This Post Details Content That I Have Written Regarding The SharePoint API On MSDN. The Full Article Will Have These Contents As Annotations Of The Full Article.

I Encourage You To Read The Full MSDN Class Documentation, Since Things Like Type Hierarchy Are Illustrated.

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Description The Microsoft.SharePoint.WebControls.SoapDiscoveryLink class inherits from the Microsoft.SharePoint.WebControls.SPControl which acts as a base server control within SharePoint. The SoapDiscoveryLink web control writes to standard output the definite path to a sites .disco file within a literal LINK element with the TYPE attribute set to an XML media type.

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SimpleQueryControl

Description The Microsoft.SharePoint.WebControls.SimpleQueryControl inherits from the Microsoft.SharePoint.WebControls.PickerQueryControlBase web control which is a base web control in both shipped as well as custom picker controls.

This Post Details Content That I Have Written Regarding The SharePoint API On MSDN. The Full Article Will Have These Contents As Annotations Of The Full Article.

I Encourage You To Read The Full MSDN Class Documentation, Since Things Like Type Hierarchy Are Illustrated.

Adam Buenz – WSS MVP – Community Content From Annotations edited by Adam Buenz – MVP:

Description The Microsoft.SharePoint.WebControls.SimpleQueryControl inherits from the Microsoft.SharePoint.WebControls.PickerQueryControlBase web control which is a base web control in both shipped as well as custom picker controls.

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Where Are You Mr. System.Web.UI.Design?

I was developing a custom web control that I planned on consuming in a WebPart, and I had some control properties that required a reference to an image. So I had:
[csharp]

[Editor(typeof(ImageUrlEditor), typeof(UITypeEditor))]

[/csharp]

in my property decorations.

Well, using the ImageUrlEditor class in order to prompt a UI for selecting an image requires a reference to System.Web.UI.Design. I add my using construct, but low and behold compilation errors are flying because I am missing a reference. A reference to what? What the? I have the System.Web assembly referenced!

One would think that Microsoft would have put System.Web.UI.Design in, ohhhh, I don’t know, the System.Web assembly reference? That reference hierarchy sorta makes sense to me.

But, instead it is System.Design.

Bah!

:)

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