Site collection RadEditor configuration

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  1. Matthijs Wensveen
    Matthijs Wensveen avatar
    9 posts
    Member since:
    Dec 2009

    Posted 17 Feb 2010 Link to this post

    Hello,

    http://www.telerik.com/help/aspnet-ajax/different-configuration-files-for-different-webs.html describes how to assign different configuration files for different sharepoint webs. Is it also possible to supply configuration files for an entire site collection? Putting the site collection ID inside the curly braces (i.e. ConfigFile{7c11c45a-500e-4210-b4d3-1734e51782a7}.xml) does not work. I hoped there would be some form of inheritance, but configuration files for the root web do not seem to propagate to sub-sites.

    Is there a way to make this work?

    Thanks in advance,
    Matthijs Wensveen
  2. Stanimir
    Admin
    Stanimir avatar
    1653 posts

    Posted 18 Feb 2010 Link to this post

    Hi Matthijs,

    There is no problem creating RadEditor for MOSS configuration files for the site collection. You just need to be sure what is the GUID of your site collection. If you are using RadEditor for MOSS to get the GUID, by adding the <add key="RadEditorSaveGuids" value="1" /> element to appSettings in the web.config, you should know that there is difference between the Lite and the Full ASP.NET AJAX version of the control.
    In the Lite version you get only the website GUID. For example:
    /Pages/Default.aspx
    2/18/2010 9:45:42 AM - GUID: {86e5ab19-42e2-4eae-adde-81e9e7b8e761}

    In the 5.x version of RadEditor for MOSS you get the following information:
    /Pages/Default.aspx
    2/18/2010 9:54:57 AM - SITE COLLECTION GUID: {ba20f680-ee6d-410c-87bf-08bbf16aa1f8}
    2/18/2010 9:54:57 AM - SITE GUID: {86e5ab19-42e2-4eae-adde-81e9e7b8e761}



    All the best,
    Stanimir
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