Classes and Object used…

·         SPWebApplicationBuilder: Creates an SPWebApplication object, providing default settings for all the required values and allowing the caller to change only those properties that need values different from the default

·         SPFarm: Represents a Windows SharePoint Services farm. To access the current server farm object, you can use members on SPFarm.Local.

·         SPWebApplication: Represents an Internet Information Services (IIS) load-balanced Web application that is installed on the server farm.

·         SPSiteCollection : Represents a collection of SPSite objects, or site collections.

·         SPSite : Represents a collection of sites on a virtual server, including a top-level site and all its subsites. Each SPSite object, or site collection, is represented within an SPSiteCollection object that consists of the collection of all site collections.

·         System.Security.SecureString: Represents text that should be kept confidential. The text is encrypted for privacy when being used, and deleted from computer memory when no longer needed. A SecureString object is similar to a String object in that it has a text value. However, the value of a SecureString object is automatically encrypted, can be modified until your application marks it as read-only, and can be deleted from computer memory by either your application or the .NET Framework garbage collector.

 

Let’s start…

 

Creating web Application at Port no 2007 ( Assuming user spuser with password Password is present in system administrator group)

SPWebApplicationBuilder webAppBuilder = new SPWebApplicationBuilder(SPFarm.Local);

SPWebApplication newApplication;
int myPort = 2007;

webAppBuilder.Port = myPort;

webAppBuilder.ApplicationPoolId = “site-appol”; // application pool

webAppBuilder.ApplicationPoolUsername = webAppBuilder.DefaultZoneUri.Host + \\spuser;

System.Security.SecureString password = new System.Security.SecureString();               

string strName = “Password”;               

char[] pass = strName.ToCharArray();               

foreach (char c in pass)               

    password.AppendChar(c);              

webAppBuilder.ApplicationPoolPassword = password;

webAppBuilder.CreateNewDatabase = true; // Create new database           

webAppBuilder.DatabaseName = “wss_site2007_content”;    // database name           

webAppBuilder.DatabaseServer = webAppBuilder.DefaultZoneUri.Host;  //Host name/computer name          

webAppBuilder.UseNTLMExclusively = true;  // Use NTLM authentication

newApplication = webAppBuilder.Create(); // Create new web application
newApplication.Provision();           //Provision it into web farm    

 

Creating site Collection at root level with Blank site template

SPSite mySiteCollection = newApplication.Sites.Add(“/”,                       //Root

“Cgosite”,              // site title

 “Conchango.com”,             //description

1033,                         //language

“STS#1”,                //Blank site template  

webAppBuilder.ApplicationPoolUsername, // Site owner

“Name”,                 // Name

“name@name.com”); //Email

 

Creating web

mySiteCollection.AllWebs.Add(“/webname”);

 

Activating publishing feature at site collection
mySiteCollection.Features.Add(SPFarm.Local.FeatureDefinitions[“PublishingSite”].Id);

SPFarm.Local.FeatureDefinitions[“PublishingSite”].Provision()

 

Close Site Collection
mySiteCollection.Close();

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