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ASP.NET 3.5 AJAX Unleashed by Robert Foster

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Appendix B. Deploying the .NET Framework 3.5 as a SharePoint Feature

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Features and Solutions

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Creating the Solution

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Creating the Feature Receiver

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Deploying the Solution to SharePoint

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Features and Solutions

A best practice for deploying modifications to SharePoint (Web Parts, Web.Config modifications, event receivers, and so on) is to use a SharePoint feature. SharePoint features (or “features”) are simply deployable units of functionality that can be deployed to and shared across your SharePoint farm. After being deployed, features can be activated or deactivated based on where they are scoped. For example, ...

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