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site definition and onet.xml

  Asked By: Diamond    Date: Sep 08    Category: Sharepoint    Views: 1883

I have looked at the Microsoft instructions for customizing the drop
down menus and other items using the ONET.xml file.
us/spptsdk/html/tsptAddingContextMenu.asp) This involves adding
another javascript file to the template to override the default and
is accomplished by the tag below:

<Project Title="Team Web Site" ListDir="Lists" xmlns:ows="Microsoft
SharePoint" CustomJSUrl="/_layouts/[%

My problem is that I don't know which site definition to modify.

The instructions state to find the file in the path that corresponds
to your site definition. There are a number of folders in there with
names like SPS, STS, SPSSITES, SPSNHOME, etc. etc.

I have made WSS sites using the team template and the document
template. Which site definition are these using? I have tried
changing 3-4 of them and cannot get the change to show up unless I
modify the ows.js file directly. (Yes, I have restarted IIS after
each XML change and tried making a new site).

Any idea where these are documented and how to get the change to
apply to a site?



2 Answers Found

Answer #1    Answered By: Viviana Rollins     Answered On: Sep 08

I figured out where the definitions are documented. But still no
luck applying the change  to an existing site.

Definitions in:

\Program Files\Common Files\Microsoft Shared\web server extensions\60

Answer #2    Answered By: Erika Price     Answered On: Sep 08

Don't you understand the point of the discussion forum.

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