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Although this chapter was nowhere near a complete examination of XML, I do hope you have at least gotten a glimpse of what XML can do. And that is nothing, really, since you need to do all the hard work yourself, or at least use a decent XML parser. However, basic knowledge of XML is vital to understanding CAML and understand CAML you must if you are to have any chance of surviving our journey. If you have read this chapter from start to finish, you should have all the knowledge you need to both read and explore the different CAML files used later in the book. If you want to explore XML further, I suggest picking up a copy of XML by Example (2nd Edition) by Benoit Marchal (Que, 2001), or check out the resources available at W3Schools.com. Keep in mind that although XML at the level on which we have used it so far is useful, becoming an XML guru is almost as daunting a task as learning SharePoint.
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isten carefully. I shall say this only once well, I will probably repeat myself endlessly during the course of this book, but I will say it now anyway: use features as much as possible. There! Said and done. And now you are probably expecting an explanation. OK, I will give you one later, but first let s take a look at what s in store for this chapter. This chapter will show you several aspects of the SharePoint feature framework and make sure we are on a level playing field regarding features. You will learn the basics and a few more advanced techniques of authoring features, and then, oh yes, I will tell you exactly why I think features are more important than water in a desert. We need to have a starting point for our feature bonanza, so let s start with something simple.
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Creating a feature from scratch is not just a good learning experience; it is downright required in some cases. If you are using tools such as WSPBuilder, Visual Studio Extensions for WSS, or STSDEV, you may be tempted to skip this section. Fine, go ahead, but don t blame me the day you are given a third-party feature that has an error and you need to debug the files by hand. If, on the other hand, you choose to use tools only because you have created so many features by hand that you have worn out the F, E, A, T, U, and R keys on your keyboard, feel free to skip ahead and blame whomever you want. Later in this book I may ask you to create a feature and add something to the elements file. When I say that, here s what I want you to do: 1. Create a new project in Visual Studio. I prefer using the class library project since I can attach deployment to the Build actions and then just hit Build to deploy the feature.
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2. Add a new folder to the project, and call it Feature. Then add a subfolder to the Feature folder, and give it a name you like, such as MyFeature. The MyFeature folder will become the feature folder. The reason we add this folder structure is that we will automate copying our feature files into the [12]\TEMPLATE\FEATURES folder. 3. Add a new text file to the project, and rename it to setup.bat. We will put our deployment code in this file and run it whenever we build the solution. 4. Open the project properties, and go to the Build Events tab. In the post-build events, enter the following: cd $(ProjectDir) setup.bat This will automatically run setup.bat when we build our solution. 5. Open the setup.bat file, and enter the following: @SET FEATURES="c:\Program Files\Common Files\Microsoft Shared\ web server extensions\12\TEMPLATE\FEATURES" @SET FEATURENAME=[Your feature name] @SET STSADMEXE="c:\Program Files\Common Files\Microsoft Shared\ web server extensions\12\bin\stsadm.exe" %STSADMEXE% -o deactivatefeature name %FEATURENAME% url http://localhost/ %STSADMEXE% -o uninstallfeature name %FEATURENAME% xcopy Feature /E /Y %FEATUREDIR% %STSADMEXE% -o installfeature name %FEATURENAME% Rem %STSADMEXE% -o activatefeature name %FEATURENAME% url http://localhost/ In the previous code, substitute [Your feature name] in line 3 with the folder name you chose in step 2, and substitute http://localhost/ with the URL of your site. Mine is http://lab-s02:10000/ or http://localhost:10000/. 6. In the MyFeature folder, add an XML file, and name it Feature.xml. Open the file, and add the following code: <Feature Id="[Create guid]" Title="MyFeature" Description="My description" Version="12.0.0.0" Hidden="FALSE" Scope="Web" DefaultResourceFile="core" xmlns="http://schemas.microsoft.com/sharepoint/"> <ElementManifests> <ElementManifest Location="elements.xml"/> </ElementManifests> </Feature>
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