Sharepoint Templates - Types

Sharepoint Templates - Types

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The following are the different templates that are available for sharepoint

Template Name

Description

GLOBAL#0

 Global template (1033)

STS#0

 Team Site (1033)

STS#1

 Blank Site (1033)

STS#2

 Document Workspace (1033)

MPS#0

 Basic Meeting Workspace (1033)

MPS#1

 Blank Meeting Workspace (1033)

MPS#2

 Decision Meeting Workspace (1033)

MPS#3

 Social Meeting Workspace (1033)

MPS#4

 Multipage Meeting Workspace (1033)

CENTRALADMIN#0

 Central Admin Site (1033)

WIKI#0

 Wiki Site (1033)

BLOG#0

 Blog (1033)

BDR#0

 Document Center (1033)

OFFILE#0

 Records Center (1033)

OFFILE#1

 Records Center (1033)

OSRV#0

 Shared Services Administration Site (1033)

SPS#0

 SharePoint Portal Server Site (1033)

SPSPERS#0

 SharePoint Portal Server Personal Space (1033)

SPSMSITE#0

 Personalization Site (1033)

SPSTOC#0

 Contents area Template (1033)

SPSTOPIC#0

 Topic area template (1033)

SPSNEWS#0

 News Site (1033)

CMSPUBLISHING#0

 Publishing Site (1033)

BLANKINTERNET#0

 Publishing Site (1033)

BLANKINTERNET#1

 Press Releases Site (1033)

BLANKINTERNET#2

 Publishing Site with Workflow (1033)

SPSNHOME#0

 News Site (1033)

SPSSITES#0

 Site Directory (1033)

SPSCOMMU#0

 Community area template (1033)

SPSREPORTCENTER#0

 Report Center (1033)

SPSPORTAL#0

 Collaboration Portal (1033)

SRCHCEN#0

 Search Center with Tabs (1033)

PROFILES#0

 Profiles (1033)

BLANKINTERNETCONTAINER#0

 Publishing Portal (1033)

SPSMSITEHOST#0

 My Site Host (1033)

SRCHCENTERLITE#0

 Search Center (1033)

SRCHCENTERLITE#1

 Search Center (1033)

SPSBWEB#0

 SharePoint Portal Server BucketWeb Template (1033)

 

Comments
  • SPS#0 is no longer supported in SharePoint 2010 versions

  • I'm fairly new to SharePoint and was wondering what does the (1033) stand for?

  • 1033 is the code langage for English.

  • Do you know how to find the Template Name (code) for a Custom Template?

  • I've used the stsadm command to export my MOSS site collection which was SPS#0 and now trying to import into 2010 site collection created using the Blank Site as the template (STS#1).  The process continues to fail.  Please help.

  • @Gina

    You need to use the same template. Are you reading the error that it spits out?

    You should also use powershell, rather than stsadm as it has been superseeded.

  • Alisha, In order for you to find the"Template Name(Code)" fora Custom Template, follow the instructions given at the bottom of thearticle "https://www.nothingbutsharepoint.com/sites/devwiki/SP2010Dev/Pages/Site%20Templates%20in%20SharePoint%202010.aspx" What you would do is upload your custom solution, next Activate it, next go to the "Create a Site Collection" and then follow the instructions as given at the bottom of the article to get the name and code. Hope this helps. Mark

  • Mark, I found a much easier way. Simply open the main SP site, right-click, and View Source. Search "var g_wsaSiteTemplateID". Done.

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