Developing and Deploying a SharePoint Feature - Part 2
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by Steven Barden
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Building the Required Code

In any application you create there is likely to be codeā€¦ this is not always the case of course, but quite likely. Now I confess, I tried to do something that I was not sure would work. I tried to build this feature in such a way that the creation of the Word Document List was done declaratively, rather than programmatically, as well as populating the List Metadata and contents. I found that in the time I had allotted myself, this could not be done. What happened is that the list was not created, thus the following actions of population failed.

Now I am sure it is likely that what I am looking to do can be done because I believe I have seen other people's code that did it that way. But I did things wrong, and it failed to work for me in the time I allotted myself. I also want to point out that while I have the typical TYPE-A personality of most developers, I am also humble. If you see the error in my ways, and you would like to supply a detailed explanation, please feel free to do so.

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