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Some features may depend on each other. For instance, you may have a feature to deploy a customer list. That list may be useless unless you have activated a customer management interface through another feature. You may think that you could put these two features into a single feature, and you might be right. Even if separating features is preferable for the sake of flexibility, tightly coupled features might be put together.
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There is another problem, however, and that is the problem of scope. If you are going to add a content type enabled list to a web, you first need to add the content type, which is sitescoped, and then add the list, which is web-scoped. The problem, of course, is that a feature can have only a single scope, so you are forced to have two separate features. If you have two separate features, both must be activated for the full feature to work properly. And you need to activate the features in a specific order, lest errors be abundant. But was it the content type first and then the list, or was it the list first and then the content type And even if you can cheat and look back now, how about a year from now, or when you hand over the site to a completely new administrator Enter ActivationDependencies your ticket to activation chain nirvana. By setting one or more activation dependencies, you can make sure that other features are activated before this feature can be activated: <ActivationDependencies> <ActivationDependency FeatureId="CF54600B-0050-4702-BA19-E901653E6FD9"/> <ActivationDependency FeatureId="1DF77300-CA9F-4689-BC37-738CD08B6327"/> </ActivationDependencies> You can have as many or as few activation dependencies as you like, or you can have none at all.
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Caution Avoid circular dependencies, where feature A depends on feature B, which depends on feature C, which depends on feature A. Actually, you might want to try that once, but be warned that it might get messy and you will not be able to activate any of the features.
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Although not strictly a feature-specific technology, resources are very useful for creating dynamic user experiences using features. You may already have seen resources in action; whenever you happen upon a string that looks like $Resources:wss,fldedit_changesitecolumn, you ll see how resources can be used. Resources are XML files that contain a key and value mapping, just like a hash table. Because the XML files are separate from the feature or solution, you can change the resource file and thus change which values the keys represent. This is very useful for creating language packs or in any other scenario where you want to have dynamic values. There are two types of resources: runtime resources, which are just normal ASP.NET resources, and provisioning resources, used in CAML when provisioning sites, pages, lists, and anything else you would provision outside of ASP.NET. Resource management in ASP.NET is outside the scope of this book, but I ll explain at least the basics of provisioning resources. To make sure anyone who does not read all the text will be utterly confused, I will from here on refer to provisioning resources only as resources. Resources, despite being seldom used, are actually quite simple. The format of a resource file is just very simple XML. You have a data element with a name attribute and a child value element. In addition, you can have a child comment element to ease understanding. All this is stored in a root element, conveniently named root. Here is a simple resource file:
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< xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8" > <root> <data name="MyKey"> <value>MyValue</value> </data> </root>
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Note Because resource files are very well explained in various ASP.NET books and documentation, I will
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