Thursday, May 6, 2010

Base Content Types, common in WSS 3.0 and MOSS 2007

These are content types which are common in Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 and Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 (MOSS).

Content Type Parent Content Type Description Visible
System ----- The root of the content type tree No
Item System Represents any item in a list or library Yes
Document Item Represents any type of document Yes
Form Document Represents an InfoPath form No
Picture Document Represents an image file Yes
UntypedDocument Document Represents any generic file type Yes
MasterPage Document Represents a master page Yes
WikiDocument Document Represents a page in a wiki Yes
BasicPage Document Represents a basic web page Yes
WebPartPage BasicPage Represents a web part page Yes
LinkToDocument Document Represents a link to a document in a different location Yes
DublinCoreName Document Represents the Dublin Core metadata set, which is an open standard for meta-data Yes
Event Item Represents an event item in a list Yes
Issues Item Represents an issue item in a list Yes
Announcement Item Represents an announcement item in a list Yes
Link Item Represents a link item in a list Yes
Contact Item Represents a contact item in a list Yes
Message Item Represents a message item in a list Yes
Task Item Represents a task item in a list Yes
WorkflowTask Task Represents a task assigned by a workflow process No
AdminTask Task Represents an administrative task assigned to an administrator No
WorkflowHistory Item Represents a historical entry recording a workflow milestone No
BlogPost Item Represents a blog post Yes
BlogComment Item Represents a blog comment Yes
FarEastContact Item Represents a personal or business contact in the Far East Yes
Folder Item Represent a folder in a list Yes
RoorOfList Folder Represents the root folder of a list Yes
Discussion Folder Represents a topic in a discussion list Yes


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