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One of the requirements for a Tridion GUI Extension which I'm building is that there needs to be a 'configurations' page, where Tridion users can provide certain settings. I am trying to create a button in the Ribbon that, when clicked, takes the user to a page.

Right now, Tridion itself (when I try to load it) is telling me, "could not load type [Extension].Controls.PageName".

I have a strong suspicion that it's because I don't understand the proper usage of pagetype element. Could someone explain what values I should give to this element?

<ext:extension pageid="ToolsPage" name="Crocodoc" assignid="crocodoc" insertbefore="MaintenanceGroup">
       <ext:control>~/Controls/CrocodocSettings.ascx</ext:control>
       <ext:pagetype>Crocodoc.SettingsPage</ext:pagetype>
       <ext:dependencies>
          <cfg:dependency>Crocodoc.Resources.Settings</cfg:dependency>
       </ext:dependencies>
       <ext:apply>
         <ext:view name="DashboardView">
            <ext:control id="DashboardToolbar" />
      </ext:view>
   </ext:apply>
</ext:extension>

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ext:pagetype

It is used for specifying the javascript implementation.

Update:

Your issue could be due to not registering the page type.

Example:

XXX.registerPageType(YYYYY, "Crocodoc.SettingsPage");
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  • I appreciate the response, but unfortunately that doesn't help me. If I remove this line from my configuration file, then Tridion shows me, The element 'extension' in namespace 'http://www.sdltridion.com/2009/GUI/extensions' has invalid child element 'dependencies' in namespace 'http://www.sdltridion.com/2009/GUI/extensions'. List of possible elements expected: 'pagetype' in namespace. So apparently, it's needed... so could you explain what JavaScript I should be specifying?
    – paceaux
    Feb 25, 2013 at 17:15
  • @paceaux: Why you are removing the element? pagetype needs to be specified Feb 25, 2013 at 17:16
  • I understand that now. What JavaScript should I specify, then?
    – paceaux
    Feb 25, 2013 at 17:18
  • @paceaux: can you show your JS file? Feb 25, 2013 at 17:36
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    Thank you. I hadn't realized that it was necessary to have a javascript object set up. I'd completely missed that I needed a javascript file, but once I added one, I understand now where the pageType comes into play
    – paceaux
    Feb 25, 2013 at 19:26

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