trust Element [Item Conversion Rules Schema]

SharePoint 2010

Last modified: June 22, 2010

Applies to: SharePoint Server 2010

    <trust>    </trust>

The following sections describe attributes, child elements, and parent elements.



Child Elements




Indicates a specific file name extension that should be processed by the IFilter.

Parent Elements




Contains elements related to IFilter configuration.

By default, the file name extension from the content repository is ignored and format detection is based on the raw contents of the item. Then, the item processing sets the file name extension correctly based on the actual content. Because format detection is limited to file formats that are supported by default, you must use this element to ensure that the source file name extension is trusted (override the automatic detection) and the item is passed to the IFilter registered for this file format.

If you do not have an IFilter registered for the indicated file name extension, no conversion by the IFilter framework will occur. This may be the desired behavior in cases where you want to parse the item format by using custom XML item processing (see Custom XML Item Processing).