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Yesterday I realized that non of my custom lists enforce content approval by default. That really worried me as 90% of the data we display in the web site which I'm working on are coming from custom lists.

Enabling this manually is a piece of cake but I wanted to include this in the list definition.

After some research and testing I found out that there are 2 places you have to configure.

You have to set ModeratedList="TRUE" for List element and EnableModeration="True" for ListTemplate element in your schema files.

Remember this works only for new lists you are creating from these definitions but wouldn't affect lists which already exist.

posted on Wednesday, August 24, 2011 7:57 AM


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