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Custom Action Definition Schema

29 October, 2018

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XML Schema Definition An XML document that defines custom actions must validate with the schema defined in the file wss.xsd. This file is located on the following path: %ProgramFiles%\Common Files\Microsoft Shared\web server extensions\14\TEMPLATE\XML. Elements Elements CustomActionGroup CustomAction HideCustomAction The CustomActionGroup element contains the core definition for a grouping of custom actions. The UrlAction element must be used to specify the URL for a custom action. If no action is specified (an error condition), the link is displayed but it is not linked to anything. Use the HideCustomAction element to hide an existing action that is implemented by default within the infrastructure of Microsoft SharePoint Foundation Features, or within another custom action. For a list of the default custom action IDs, see Default Custom Action Locations and IDs. Example

  • The following example shows an XML file whose contents replace default actions in a SharePoint Foundation page with new actions. For a programming task that shows the steps for defining and registering custom actions, see How to: Modify the User Interface Using Custom Actions.
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XML

<Elements xmlns="http://schemas.microsoft.com/sharepoint/">
 <CustomActionGroup
 Id="PortalAnalytics"
 Location="Microsoft.SharePoint.Administration.ApplicationManagement"
 Title="Usage Reporting"
 Sequence="50" />
 <CustomAction
 Id="ManageAnalytics"
 GroupId="PortalAnalytics"
 Location="Microsoft.SharePoint.Administration.ApplicationManagement"
 Sequence="10"
 Title="Configure usage reporting" >
 <UrlAction Url="_layouts/SpUsageConfig.aspx"/>
 </CustomAction>
 <HideCustomAction
 Id="HideWssSiteCollectionUsage"
 HideActionId="SiteCollectionUsage"
 GroupId="SiteCollectionAdmin"
 Location="Microsoft.SharePoint.SiteSettings" />
 <HideCustomAction
 Id="HideWssWebUsage"
 HideActionId="WebUsage"
 GroupId="SiteAdministration"
 Location="Microsoft.SharePoint.SiteSettings" />
 <CustomAction
 Id="PortalSiteUsage"
 GroupId="SiteCollectionAdmin"
 Location="Microsoft.SharePoint.SiteSettings"
 Rights="ViewUsageData"
 Sequence="30"
 Title="Site usage data">
 <UrlAction Url="_layouts/SpUsageSite.aspx" />
 </CustomAction>
 <CustomAction
 Id="PortalWebUsage"
 GroupId="SiteAdministration"
 Location="Microsoft.SharePoint.SiteSettings"
 Rights="ViewUsageData"
 Sequence="30"
 Title="Web usage data">
 <UrlAction Url="_layouts/SpUsageWeb.aspx" />
 </CustomAction>
 </Elements>

Feature Element (Feature) Defines a Feature to activate or deactivate at a specified scope.

<Feature
 ActivateOnDefault = "TRUE" | "FALSE"
 AlwaysForceInstall = "TRUE" | "FALSE"
 AutoActivateInCentralAdmin = "TRUE" | "FALSE"
 Creator = "Text"
 DefaultResourceFile = "Text"
 Description = "Text"
 Hidden = "TRUE" | "FALSE"
 Id = "Text"
 ImageUrl = "Text"
 ImageUrlAltText = "Text"
 ReceiverAssembly = "Text"
 ReceiverClass = "Text"
 RequireResources = "TRUE" | "FALSE"
 Scope = "Text"
 SolutionId = "Text"
 Title = "Text"
 UIVersion = "Text"
 Version = "Text" >
 </Feature>

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