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In order to fully understand all the packaging and deployment features that Visual Studio 2010 offers we need to step back and start with the basic building blocks of SharePoint deployment: SharePoint features After you understand the manual process of creating, deploying, and activating SharePoint
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features you will quickly realize how much has been done in Visual Studio 2010 to help developers easily deploy SharePoint features Whenever someone is talking about SharePoint features you probably immediately think about how a SharePoint feature adds additional functionality to SharePoint A SharePoint feature contains some functionality that can be used on the SharePoint site once the feature is deployed and activated From a technical standpoint, a SharePoint feature is just an XML file that is conveniently named Featurexml The Featurexml file is called the feature manifest file This file contains general information about the feature, such as its ID, name, and scope A feature s ID and name are pretty much self-explanatory these two attributes are there to uniquely define the feature The name is just an arbitrary string The ID is a GUID a globally unique identifier in the format xxxxxxxx-xxxx-xxxx-xxxx-xxxxxxxxxxxx The x in the format can be any hexadecimal digit digits 0 through 9 and a, b, c, d, e, and f Most of the time, Visual Studio will automatically create a GUID for you when you need it for example, when you create a new SharePoint feature in Visual Studio, the GUID will automatically be created Occasionally, you need to create your own GUID, however do not create the GUID manually When you need to create your own GUID, use the Create GUID command in the Tools menu of Visual Studio to automatically create a GUID and copy it to the clipboard and then you can paste it into the file that needs the GUID All SharePoint functionality is available at a particular scope: Farm, Web Application, Site, or Web A feature with scope Farm is available to any site or site collection on the server A feature with scope Web is only available to the SharePoint site in which the feature was installed and activated The four scopes at which a feature can be deployed and activated are shown in Table 11-1 Note that you cannot just arbitrarily use any scope you want for any type of SharePoint customization some SharePoint customizations can only be installed at a particular scope, for example content types and workflows can only be installed at Site scope while custom actions can be installed at every scope We will talk more about SharePoint customizations and the scopes at which each type can be installed later in the SharePoint Elements section
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TABLE 11-1: SharePoint Feature Scopes
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Scope Farm
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Description A feature with this scope can be used by all sites within the Farm where the feature was installed and activated A feature with this scope can be used by all sites within the web application where the feature was installed and activated A feature with this scope can be used by all sites within the site collection where the feature was installed and activated A feature with this scope can be used by the site where the feature was installed and activated
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At least name, ID, and scope are necessary to define an empty feature as shown in Listing 11-1, but in most cases you would want a Featurexml file to include additional attributes to specify the functionality or customization associated with the feature
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Listing 11-1: The Simplest Possible Featurexml Feature Manifest
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If we wanted to, we could deploy the feature in Listing 11-1 to the SharePoint server but there s no point in doing that, because the feature is empty it only contains the minimum feature definition without any functionality The feature manifest file typically includes an XML element called ElementManifests, which can contain a collection of ElementManifest elements that point to an Elementsxml file that includes the actual information needed to install the functionality associated with the feature If you remember from previous chapters, every SharePoint project item we created had an Elementsxml file The Elementsxml file is the file that an ElementManifest element from a Featurexml file points at For example if we wanted to deploy a SharePoint project item called MyElement1 using the empty
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