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Features can use such files by referencing the resource file and the key directly in the feature CAML code. Remember that $Resources:wss,fldedit_changesitecolumn string we looked at earlier This string reference has three parts. $Resources states that we will be using a resource reference rather than a regular string, wss is the first part of the resource file name (such as wss in wss.resx), and fldedit_changesitecolumn is the key name to use. If you have defined a default resource file, you need not include the file name part of the resource reference, so you can just use $Resources:keyname in your CAML file. Placing resources is also important. You can place resources either in the feature itself or in the [12]\Resources folder. If you place your resources in the feature folder, as we will do in a short exercise in a moment, name the resource file Resources.resx, and set the DefaultResourceFile to _Res to be able to omit the file name part of the resource name. The true beauty of resources is perhaps in the automatic handling of multiple language localizations. By adding .resx files with the culture between the file name and .resx, SharePoint will automatically use the localized version of the resource file. For instance, if you want to have localized strings for US English and the two Norwegian languages Bokm l and Nynorsk, you could add the resource files listed in Table 3-1 to your feature. Table 3-1. Sample Resources Files and Cultures
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Resources.resx Resources.en-US.resx Resources.nb-no.resx Resources.nn-no.resx
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Default file used if no culture defined US English Norwegian Bokm l Norwegian Nynorsk
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Note Yeah, Norway has two languages. Actually, we have four. That is almost one language per person.
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In addition, everyone learns at least two foreign languages and understands every Scandinavian language. Chances are, if you are in Norway and speak your native tongue, people will understand.
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CHAPTER 3 EXPLORING FEATURE BASICS AND NOT-SO BASICS
To test all this, follow this procedure: 1. Create a blank feature, as explained in the first section of this chapter. 2. In your MyFeature folder, create a folder called Resources, and in that folder create a new resource file called Resources.resx. 3. Open your Resource.resx file, and add the two keys and values shown in Table 3-2.
Table 3-2. Resource File Keys and Values
featuredescription featuretitle
Value
Description from resource Title from resource
4. In your feature.xml file, modify the Description attribute to $Resources: featuredescription; and your Title attribute to $Resources:featuretitle;. Modify your DefaultResourceFile attribute to _Res. Your feature element should now look like this: <Feature Id="[Create guid]" Title="$Resources:featuretitle;" Description="$Resources:featuredescription;" Version="12.0.0.0" Hidden="FALSE" Scope="Web" DefaultResourceFile="_Res" xmlns="http://schemas.microsoft.com/sharepoint/"/>
For this example, don t worry about the lack of an elements file. We won t actually deploy anything; we re just checking that our resources are used properly. 5. Build and deploy your feature. If you followed the recipe in the beginning, this should be as easy as hitting Build in Visual Studio. 6. Verify on the Site Features page of a site that your feature now retrieves its title and description from the resource file.
CHAPTER 3 EXPLORING FEATURE BASICS AND NOT-SO BASICS
Using resources to provision your string is highly recommended. Besides allowing easy localization of text, you can also very easily upgrade resource files and update names and values without modifying the CAML files. The extra overhead of creating resource files repays itself after the first upgrade of your solution. Strong buy!
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Feature Stapling
Features can be activated through the web interface or through code, but we also have another powerful option called feature stapling. Feature stapling allows you to add a feature to an already existing site definition. You may think this would be a complete waste of time, because you can simply add the feature into the site definition using far less code than having a feature staple, but when I tell you that Microsoft does not support modifying a site definition in any way after a single site has been provisioned from that site template, you may reconsider. That s right, folks. Write up a fancy site definition, like we will later in the book, and once you have created even a single site from that site definition, Microsoft will refuse to support
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