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Interview Questions and Answer
Options:
a. Through the User Interface
b. Using SharePoint Foundation object model
c. Using declarative XML and deploying a feature
d. All the above
Reveal Answer
Options:
a. Schema.xml
b. Elements.xml
c. Both a and b
d. None of the above
Reveal Answer
Options:
a. System
b. Parent
c. Item
d. List
Reveal Answer
Options:
a. <Fields>
b. <FieldRefs>
c. <Field>
d. None of the above
Reveal Answer
Options:
a. List Template and List definition do not mean the same.
b. List Template is a file with .stp extension and is stored in the content database
c. List Definitions are found on the Sharepoint web front end server at the location C:\Program Files\Common Files\Microsoft shared\Web Server Extensions\......
d. All the above
Reveal Answer
Options:
a. Give RegistrationId=”101” and RegistrationType=”List” in <CustomAction> element
b. Give RegistrationId=”100” and RegistrationType=”List” in <CustomAction> element
c. Give RegistrationId=”100”
d. None of the above
Reveal Answer
Options:
a. It can be applied to a Content Type
b. It can be applied to all Lists/Libraries
c. It can be applied to a specific list/library
d. All the above
Reveal Answer
Options:
a. It is a the child element of <CustomAction> element
b. It is used to define the commands that will be used in the user interface.
c. The action for the command is given in the <CommandUIHandler> element.
d. All the above
Reveal Answer
Options:
a. It resides in the Content database
b. Not easily extensible
c. Easier to create than creating a Site Definition
d. Site owners can install from User Interface
e. All the above
Reveal Answer
Options:
a. It resides on the web front end server
b. It is highly customizable
c. They are more difficult to create than Site Templates
d. It requires admin access to the server for deployment
e. All the above
Reveal Answer
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