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Being an efficient developer is not about having the most tools but about having the right tools. More important, it is about learning how to apply those tools in the right fashion. I ll give you a few tips here tips that enable me to create features that have complex columns, content types, and list views within minutes rather than hours. I am going to assume that you have a copy of Visual Studio that you like. Visual Studio 2005 or 2008 will do; I ll use Visual Studio 2005 here to make sure I support you either way. If you don t have Visual Studio, you should get that now; the Express versions will do. The following sections show what you ll need in addition.
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WSPBuilder is the coolest little tool for SharePoint developers. The main function of WSPBuilder, as the name implies, is to build WSP files. If you do not know already, WSP files are installable solution packages for SharePoint. WSPBuilder makes building WSP files a lot easier, but its true beauty lies in an extension that you can install to Visual Studio. Doing so gives you a set of tools that we will explore in a moment. If you have not already done so during the previous chapters, get WSPBuilder and its Visual Studio Extensions plug-in from CodePlex at http://www.codeplex.com/WSPBuilder.
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SharePoint Manager 2007, or SPM for short, is a SharePoint object model browser that allows you to inspect your SharePoint installation. Not just that, but SPM allows you to perform basic manipulation of your SharePoint sites, lists, content types, and columns. Oh, and to make SPM even more perfect, it is absolutely free. You can download it from http://www.codeplex.com/spm. Don t wait. Go get it now. I ll wait right here until you get back. Let s start learning how to utilize these tools to become a SharePoint development superstar.
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I covered a bit of WSPBuilder s Visual Studio Extensions in 1, so consider this a short refresh before I show you a bit more on how this tool can improve your development experience. WSPBuilder extends Visual Studio by adding several new project and item types. You will see this when you create a new project in Visual Studio after installing WSPBuilder. Figure A-1 shows the New Project dialog box in Visual Studio.
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Figure A-1. WSPBuilder project types You will develop most of your projects based on the default WSPBuilder Project template. Start by creating a new project based on this template, and give it a nice name, such as FastTrackTextProject. We will use this project for the rest of the demonstrations and exercises
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in this appendix. The project name will be used as the solution name for your SharePoint solution as well.
Note You should also know that using the WSPBuilder Project with Workflow project template requires MOSS, or at least references the MOSS DLLs. If you want to use the workflow template with WSS, you need to remove these references, including the related using statements.
Once your project is created, you will see that you get a few items in your Solution Explorer. Most notably, you have a 12 folder. This 12 folder will map to the [12] hive when you deploy your solution later. This in itself will save you a lot of time when deploying components that are not features, such as custom application pages, images, site definitions, and custom field types. (We explored adding content to the 12 folder and thus to the [12] hive in Part 3 of the book.) For our demonstrations here, we will focus on creating features. After all, this is a fast track to feature generation, right Your first task is to create a feature with an event handler attached. Of course, feature receivers require you to deploy an assembly to the GAC, meaning you need to strong name your assembly, which entails setting the project to be signed, creating a new signing key, and building the assembly. Then, to tie the assembly to the feature receiver, you need to build the feature.xml file, reflect on that assembly to get the strong name, and get the right class name before you pass all that stuff into the feature.xml file. Then you need to build your solution and deploy the assembly to the GAC before you copy all your feature files into the 12 hive. Or you could build a DDF file and create a WSP solution file, which is about as fun as watching grass grow in real time and that s before you create your class file and remember the correct assemblies to reference and the class from which to inherit. Or, you could simply right-click your WSPBuilder project, add a new item, and select Feature with Receiver from the WSPBuilder node as your item type. Select which scope your feature should have, optionally give it a nice name and description, and hit OK. In one single and short operation, you have done the following: Created a new feature Configured your project to be signed (which, by the way, WSPBuilder did even before you added the feature) Extracted the strong name from the assembly Written the feature.xml file Created the class file that inherits from the correct class Overridden all the right methods in the class Created an empty, ready-to-use, just-add-water elements.xml file. I get exhausted just telling you about all the time you saved, but Figure A-2 speaks volumes.
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