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Please make a comment on this post with any issues. Dissecting the SharePoint Taxonomy fields Tags: SharePoint Tuesday, October 12, 5: Introduction The possibility to tag documents in SharePoint is one of my favorite features and one of the reasons that I think you should move to SharePoint as soon as possible.
As every new function added to the huge SharePoint spectrum I have an urge to dive deep into these new additions to really know how to use them fully. I've spent some time with the Managed Metadata Service Application and the taxonomy fields used with it. I can't say it has been a smooth ride all the way - but digging into the actual bits and understanding how it all works made it a whole lot easier.
And you know what - why keep everything a secret! Taxonomy Fields are Lookup columns! Yes, you heard it right! It is a smart and clever implementation from the SharePoint Team some say the opposite though.
In order to get performance from the taxonomy and managed metadata fields all used keywords and terms within that Site Collection is stored in a hidden list in the top-level root site.
If you've read my previous posts about how to create Taxonomy Site Columns you've probably seen that we use two different fields; one of the type TaxonomyFieldType and one hidden using the type Note.
And when defining a field of the type TaxonomyFieldType we need to specify a reference to a list called TaxonomyHiddenList. This hidden list contains all used keywords and terms for the Site Collection and SharePoint uses this list for fast retrieval of the labels of the keyword and terms.
If we take a look at the columns in that list we will see that it contains a number of interesting things. Keywords doesn't belong to a term set so the IdForTermSet 3 is an empty Guid, while managed metadata terms have a Guid corresponding to the term set.
Also worth noticing here is that the hidden list also contains the localized labels. I have the French language pack installed, so I can see both the English 4 term and path as well as the French one 5.
SharePoint uses this list as a lookup column so that it does not have to query the Managed Metadata Service all the time, but instead just looks it up in the local Site Collection. Ok, let's make a really sample scenario. I have one document with Enterprise Keywords and a Managed Metadata column like this: Let's change the Term column in the hidden taxonomy list to all uppercase letters and save the list item.
When the list is reloaded you will immediately see that the column value has changed to the value we updated in the hidden list: What happens if I delete one of the items in the hidden list?
As you probably guessed, it was removed from the file. Let's look at the document from another point of view - the edit properties view! As you can see: What's really happening here is that when in edit mode the taxonomy fields queries the Managed Metadata service directly - it does not use the local hidden list.
So, how do I get it back to where it were? The short answer is you can't. But by default every hour a timer job is executed. It is called Taxonomy Update Scheduler, and it's job is to push down the term store changes to the hidden lists very much like the sync between the site collection user list and the UPA.
Unfortunately it only pushes down changed items, so no luck here. Instead you actually need to go change it in the Term Store Management tool before running the timer job. Under normal conditions you should never ever fiddle with the items in this hidden list.
I'm just doing you this to show some stuff some of you never seen or even thought about. What about the Note field then?
Let's take a look on what is stored in these two taxonomy fields.We can use InfoPath to easily customize a list with a design environment for designing and publishing form via commonly used Windows controls such as check boxes, text boxes, command buttons and option buttons.
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In this episode, see how to hack a SharePoint site. Darren and Shannon head to San Diego for Toorcon and meet up with Robin Wood, Dan Griffin, and Jacob Appelbaum to talk about Jasager, Sharepoint Hacking, and the Cold Boot Attack.