a foundation for a new SharePoint site. The site definitions not only determine the appearance and behavior of the SharePoint site, but also its default content and functionality.

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SharePoint 2010: How to control order in which web features are applied

We have a site defined in onet.xml. The site has 5 features: some standard, some custom. One of the standard ones is the team site. On activation of our feature we would link to copy files into the ...
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How to deploy a workflow as part of a site definition?

We have a customer that will be creating many sites based on a site definition. The sites include a list. We would like to connect a workflow to that list such that the workflow starts whenever a new ...
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<View> (ListViewWebPart) from within publishing page in feature

This is in the context of MOSS 2007. I have a custom site definition. Currently in ONET.xml we have the following Module: <View ...
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When is it right to customize a site definition?

In some scenarios there is a need for being in as much control of the site provisioning process as possible. In some senarios there is a good solution to customize site definition by customizing the ...
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Automatic (Task) List population on site provision

I'm needing a hand deciding an approach to this. Here is the business requirement. Create a Meeting Workspace which contains a Project Tasks List (OOTB) and fills it with "stub" tasks (such as "send ...
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Deploying webparts to default.aspx with a SiteDefinition feature dependency

I tried deploying a Site Definition with a custom default.aspx page. Within the <WebFeatures> node of the Site Definition's Onet.xml I tried to reference a Feature which would get a web part ...
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Search for specific Web Template in SharePoint Search

Is it possible to construct a SharePoint Search Query for a specific web type (site definition / web template id) in the same manner as for lists? I can easily search for my custom lists using ...