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Microsoft® Office SharePoint® Server 2007 Administrator's Companion by The Microsoft SharePoint Community Experts, Bill English

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Administering Feature Scope

There are two scope considerations when creating and deploying Features. The first consideration is the scope of the Feature itself—that is, whether the Feature is made available to a server farm, Web application, site collection, or site (or Web). The second consideration includes any elements you will use in the Feature and the scope of those elements. For instance, some elements, such as a Content Type element, can only be used in a site-scoped Feature whereas other elements, such as a Custom Action element, can be used across all Feature scopes..

Feature scope is defined in the Feature.xml file, using the Scope attribute. Once a Feature is installed, the SharePoint Server 2007 administrative user interface includes ...

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