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SharePoint List Template Id’s

The following table lists values for the default list template types.


100   Generic list101   Document library102   Survey103   Links list104   Announcements list105   Contacts list106   Events list107   Tasks list108   Discussion board109   Picture library110   Data sources111   Site template gallery112   User Information list113   Web Part gallery114   List template gallery115   XML Form library116   Master pages gallery117   No-Code Workflows118   Custom Workflow Process119   Wiki Page library120   Custom grid for a list 130   Data Connection library140   Workflow History150   Gantt Tasks list200   Meeting Series list201   Meeting Agenda list202   Meeting Attendees list204   Meeting Decisions list207   Meeting Objectives list210   Meeting text box211   Meeting Things To Bring list212   Meeting Workspace Pages list301   Blog Posts list302   Blog Comments list303   Blog Categories list1100   Issue tracking1200   Administrator tasks list

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Copy list items from one site to another using visual studio workflow in share point:

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In this post I will tell how to copy list items from one list to other in 5 simple steps ...
Step1: Create 2 lists in your share point site. I have created 2 lists namely list1 and list2.
List1 – Has the following fields 1.Title 2.Age 3.Date 4.Employee Name
List2 – Has the following fields 1.Title 2.Age 3.Date 4.Emp name Step2:
Open visual studio and click open File -> New -> Project … In Project Types which is in left pane select office 2007 and select “Share point 2007 sequential Workflow”
Step3: Open workflow.cs file and double click onWorkflowActivated1

Step4:
Use this code inside that onWorkflowActivated1_Invoked function… SPSite mySourceSite = newSPSite("http://productionsrv:1010/Lists/list1/AllItems.aspx/"); SPWeb mySourceWeb = mySourceSite.OpenWeb(); SPList mySourceList = mySourceWeb.Lists["list1"]; SPListItem mySourceListItem = workflowProperties.Item;
string SourceTitle = mySourceListItem["Title"].ToString(); string SourceAge = mySourceLi

Share point Introduction

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SHARE POINT:
Microsoft SharePoint makes it easier for people to work together. Using SharePoint people can set up Web sites to share information with others, manage documents from start to finish, and publish reports to help everyone make better decisions.

SHARE POINT OVERVIEW DIAGRAM

CONCEPTS ·         USER PROFILES AND GROUPS: Identify users who are in the active directory and to give credentials like Full Control, Contribute, Design and Read only roles. To give same credentials to many users we group them together.
·        DOCUMENT LIBRARY:
Document library is a storage place to store all office documents and aspx pages and also individual permissions can also be given to desired users.
·LISTS:

List is a collection of records and can be given permissions to individuals based on their credentials.
·WEB PAGES AND WEB PARTS:
Webpage is a document or information resource that is suitable for the World Wide Web and can be accessed through a web browser and displayed on a monitor or mobile devic…