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Figure A-2. Feature created Neat, eh Oh, you ain t seen anything yet.
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Note By default, WSPBuilder will create a class file that just throws an exception whenever you try to do anything with the feature in SharePoint, so your first order of business is usually to open the class file and remove the exception throwing from all four methods.
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Of course, creating the feature is only the first part of the job. Next you need to actually deploy the feature. This, it is rumored, is a very complex operation, requiring you to master the art of DDF file building. That in itself may be a useful skill, but if you re not in the mood, it can be a tiresome exercise. With WSPBuilder, however, all you need to do is right-click your project and choose WSPBuilder Build WSP, and you suddenly have a WSP file ready to deploy. And if you can t be bothered to actually install and deploy the solution yourself, WSPBuilder handles that for you as well by simply giving you a Deploy menu item inside the same WSPBuilder menu you used to build the WSP file. Figure A-3 shows the WSPBuilder menu options.
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Figure A-3. WSPBuilder context menu You will also notice that you have several other options on the WSPBuilder menu. Upgrading and uninstalling your solution is quite a time-saver, but you can also very easily copy files to [12] or deploy your assembly to the GAC if you need to do these steps manually for some reason. Also, what really saves me time when debugging SharePoint code is the ability to quickly attach the debugger to the IIS Worker processes. I know, this is quite fast using the regular menu in Visual Studio, but I just like to have this option a bit more conveniently located. The only thing I m missing from this menu is IIS Reset. Some changes are not picked up by AppPool recycling alone, so Carsten, if you are reading this, please add IIS Reset to the WSPBuilder context menu.
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Note Carsten Keutmann is still a genius. And still Danish, which is sad, since Norway is so much better.
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I am tempted to take a few pages and explain about all the different features of the command-line WSPBuilder as well, but we are here to speed up things, and frankly, starting up cmd.exe takes about one second too long. However, I strongly, strongly encourage you to look in the install folder for WSPBuilder and look through the documentation for all the wonderful things WSPBuilder can do for you. Now, let s see how fast we can create a new feature that actually contains something.
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You may not know this, but most SharePoint objects, such as columns, content types, and lists, can export the CAML used to create them. To get this XML, you would grab the contents of the SchemaXml property of the object using code. So, for instance, if you want to extract the XML used to define a certain column, you would call SPField.SchemaXml, and for a content type you would call SPContentType.SchemaXml. This is very useful because it allows you to create an object, such as a column, in the web interface of SharePoint and then extract the CAML and put it in your feature for later deployment. And this is fine, but it s a little awkward because you need to write code to extract the code. Or, you can have someone create a program that makes this a lot easier. Enter our overly generous Dane again, Carsten Keutmann. Carsten has created another nice program, the SharePoint Manager, which you should have downloaded by now. SPM allows you to browse your entire SharePoint installation and view all the properties of all the objects, which is exactly what we need. I ll walk you through creating and deploying a custom site column in three easy steps: 1. Start by creating a site column in any of your sites. Make it something a bit complex, such as a multichoice column (check boxes). 2. Using SharePoint Manager, browse to your site where you created the column, and open the Fields note to locate your column. 3. Copy whatever XML is in the Schema Xml tab of SPM, less the XML declaration, and paste it into your elements.xml file of the feature you created earlier. Check out Figure A-4 to see how SPM displays the XML for you.
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