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SHAREPOINT 2010 RIBBON CUSTOMIZATION - Display a warning message box on click of Cancel button of EditForm Ribbon

One of our customer based in Singapore requested to display a warning message on click of Cancel button of an EditForm of SharePoint Foundation 2010 document library. This feature is not available OOB, you need to develop a custom feature through Visual Studio 2010 as I did.

You need to follow the below sequence of steps to achieve the above goal:-
   1)    Go to the server where your SharePoint Server/Foundation is installed.
   2)    Start Visual Studio 2010 and Create an Empty SharePoint Project.
   3)    Select the site for debugging and select “Deploy as a Sanboxed Solution.”

Now your new Empty SharePoint Project is created.
   4)    In the Solution Explorer, right click Feature folder and Select “Add Feature.”









 


5) After adding Feature, add an Empty Element by right clicking the Project and select Add -> New Item.












  

6) Select the Empty Element template and provide an appropriate name to it.



 










7)    
Open the Elements.xml under CustomRibbonElement (Empty Element template). I named the Empty Element as “CustomRibbonElement.”













  


8)   
Now in the opened Elements.xml you need to add xml code to create the custom feature.

And here is the complete code:
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
<Elements xmlns="http://schemas.microsoft.com/sharepoint/">

  <CustomAction
     Id="DisplayDialogBox"
     Location="CommandUI.Ribbon"
     RegistrationId="101"
   RegistrationType="List">
    <CommandUIExtension>
      <CommandUIDefinitions>
        <CommandUIDefinition Location="Ribbon.DocLibListForm.Edit.Commit.Cancel"/>
      </CommandUIDefinitions>
    </CommandUIExtension>
  </CustomAction>
  
  <CustomAction Id="Ribbon.Edit.Cancel.Msgbox"
                  Location="CommandUI.Ribbon" >
    <CommandUIExtension>
      <CommandUIDefinitions>
        <CommandUIDefinition Location="Ribbon.DocLibListForm.Edit.Commit.Controls._children">
          <Button
                Id="Ribbon.Edit.Cancel.MyButton"
                Sequence="20"
                Command="ConfirmClose"
                Image16by16="/_layouts/$Resources:core,Language;/images/formatmap16x16.png" Image16by16Top="0" Image16by16Left="-248"
                Image32by32="/_layouts/$Resources:core,Language;/images/formatmap32x32.png" Image32by32Top="-448" Image32by32Left="-288"
                LabelText="$Resources:core,cui_ButListFormCancel;"
                ToolTipTitle="$Resources:core,cui_ButListFormCancel;"
                ToolTipDescription="$Resources:core,cui_STT_ButListFormCancel;"
                TemplateAlias="o1"/>
        </CommandUIDefinition>
      </CommandUIDefinitions>
      <CommandUIHandlers>
        <CommandUIHandler Command="ConfirmClose"
                          CommandAction="javascript:if(confirm('Are you sure, you want to Cancel?')){SP.UI.ModalDialog.get_childDialog().close();}"/>
      </CommandUIHandlers>
    </CommandUIExtension>
  </CustomAction>
  
</Elements>



Now you are at the final step. Build the solution and deploy.

Please make a note here the solution will be automatically deploy to the site you selected for debugging. To deploy the solution to any web application you should use the SharePoint 2010 Management Shell.

To add and install the custom feature to any web application refer to the Microsoft technet site:
First add the solution: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ff607552.aspxSecond install the solution: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ff607534.aspx

Here is the output:
 












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