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Substitute [Create guid] with a unique GUID. And yes, you can substitute the Title and Description attributes as well. 7. Still in the MyFeature folder, add a new XML file, and name it elements.xml. Add the following code: <Elements xmlns="http://schemas.microsoft.com/sharepoint/"> </Elements> The actual contents of the Elements element will vary, so leave it empty for now. That s it. Using this feature as a template, you should have few problems when you need to create a feature to test something. Oh, and again, if you use tools, most of this may be unnecessary, but you should still know how to do this by hand if required. Now it is time to learn what you just created.
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A SharePoint feature is a technical term not to be confused with a feature in the software. Think of a SharePoint feature as a deployable set of content, functionality, files, and so on, that you can activate or deactivate on demand. Think plug-in.
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The dual meaning of the term feature will be confusing. Prepare yourself. Tip
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Site or farm administrators can activate and deactivate these features as they please, thus adding or removing functionality on demand. The Site Settings page has links for activating site-scoped and web-scoped features. The link for site-scoped feature management, called Site collection features, is present only on the root site in a site collection. The link for web-scoped feature management, called Site features, is present on all sites. Figure 3-1 shows both. Application-scoped features cover all site collections and all sites within a single SharePoint web application, while a farm-scoped feature covers everything within a single SharePoint farm. The management of farm-scoped and application-scoped features is done through the Central Administration web site. Oh, you re wondering what scope means I ll tell you in a little while.
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Figure 3-1. Feature management links A feature usually consists of at least two files located in a folder under the [12]\ TEMPLATE\FEATURES folder. Contrary to popular belief, these files do not need to have special names; only convention states that they should be called feature.xml and elements.xml. So, for ease of reference, I will call these files just that. The first file, feature.xml, contains the metadata of the feature such as the identifier, title, description, and scope. The second file, elements.xml, contains the content of the feature, such as the list instances, fields, list templates, content types, and so on, that the feature is installing or adding. Features are activated and deactivated through the web interface. You can also activate or deactivate a feature simply by adding the feature definition to the Features collection of an SPWeb, SPSite, or SPWebApplication: SPWeb web = SPContext.Current.Web; web.Features.Add([YOUR FEATURE GUID HERE]); This is useful if you want to create your own interface for feature management or activate multiple features at once using a feature event handler. We will use this technique in Part 3 when we create our own site setup experience. It may seem logical, based on the previous pattern, that to add farm-scoped features you simply add a feature GUID to the SPFarm object. However, the SPFarm object does not have a Features collection. Instead, the Features collection for a farm is located inside to the SPWebService object. For example, to get the farm-scoped features activated for a given site, you might use the following code: SPFeatureCollection features = site.WebApplication.WebService.Features; Although a feature is usually comprised of at least two files, you can in theory have a feature with only a single feature.xml file and no elements file at all. This is useful if you intend to use the mentioned feature event handlers to deploy the actual content of the feature using code.
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Note Feature event handlers will be covered in the Advanced Feature Concepts section of this chapter.
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