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Question No: 1 of 13
Which of the following components can be deployed as a Feature? 
Options:
  1. Workflows
  2. Webparts
  3. Pages(Ex:- master page)
  4. List Instances
  5. Custom Actions
  6. Event Handlers
  7. Content Types
  8. All the above
View Answer/Explanation:
h
Explanation:
No Explanation

Question No: 2 of 13
What is the scope that represents a feature that targets a sitecollection? 
Options:
  1. Web
  2. Site
  3. Farm
  4. None of the above
View Answer/Explanation:
b
Explanation:
No Explanation

Question No: 3 of 13
What is the minimum fle required for a Feature? 
Options:
  1. Feature.xml
  2. Element.xml
  3. Manifest.xml
  4. All the above
View Answer/Explanation:
d
Explanation:
Every feature directory should contain at least one file called feature.xml. But it directory can contain one or more xml files as well as resource files such as image files, css files or js files. A feature.xml file contains attributes like Id, Title, Description, Version, Scope, Hidden, and ImageURL.

Question No: 4 of 13
Which of the following is true with regards to a feature.xml file? 
Options:
  1. It defines the feature and specifies the location of assemblies, files, dependencies, or properties that support the Feature.
  2. It points to a manifest file that tells SharePoint where to find the code and XML that defines the feature.
  3. It is a XML based file that uses CAML to define the feature
  4. All the above
View Answer/Explanation:
d
Explanation:
It defines attributes for feature definition and it an XML based file in CAML format. It contains one or more element manifests and can reference a feature receiver. Ex:- Schema of Feature.xml Example:-

Question No: 5 of 13
Which of the following is true regarding a feature? 
Options:
  1. It can have dependencies on other features.
  2. It is installed in GAC
  3. Every feature has a its own GUID
  4. All the above
View Answer/Explanation:
d
Explanation:
Note:- To create a GUID from Visual Studio, Tools?Create GUID

Question No: 6 of 13
Which of the following is true with regard to Feature Receivers? 
Options:
  1. It is used to add Event Handlers
  2. They are not included in Apps
  3. A Feature Receiver derives from SPFeatureReceiver
  4. All the above
View Answer/Explanation:
d
Explanation:
SPFeatureRecever has the following methods(Event Handlers) FeatureActivated FeatureDeactivating FeatureInstalled FeatureUninstalling FeatureUpgrading

Question No: 7 of 13
Which of the following is true regarding a .wsp solution file in SharePoint? 
Options:
  1. It is a cabinet file.
  2. It is a collection of components such as features, assemblies, site definitions packaged as a single file
  3. It can be deployed as a Farm or Sandboxed solution in SharePoint.
  4. All the above
View Answer/Explanation:
d
Explanation:
It is a CAB file with .wsp as extension and bundles multiple features, site definitions, assemblies, and other files into a single package, which stores these files in a format needed by SharePoint to deploy the files to the server

Question No: 8 of 13
Which of the following is true with regards to SharePoint root directory? 
Options:
  1. SharePoint relies on a set of template files which are stored in the root directory.
  2. This special directory is located on the file system of every Web front end server.
  3. This path is located at C:\ Program Files \Common Files\Microsoft Shared \ Web Server Extensions\15
  4. All the above
View Answer/Explanation:
d
Explanation:
/ISAPI Web Services (*. svc, *. ashx and *.asmx) /Resources Resource files (*. resx ) /TEMPLATE/ADMIN Application pages used exclusively in Central Administration /TEMPLATE/CONTROLTEMPLATES ASP.NET User Controls (*. ascx ) /TEMPLATE/FEATURES Feature definition files (*. xml) /TEMPLATE/IMAGES Images (*. gif, *. jpg and *. png ) /TEMPLATE/LAYOUTS Application pages (*. aspx ) /TEMPLATE/LAYOUTS/1033/STYLES CSS Files (*. css) /TEMPLATE/LAYOUTS/ClientBin Silverlight components (*. xap ) /TEMPLATE/SiteTemplates Site Definition files (onet.xml) /TEMPLATE/XML Custom field type definition files (fdltype *.xml)

Question No: 9 of 13
What is a manifest file of a Solution package? 
Options:
  1. It contains instructions to the installer on the Web Front End Server
  2. It contains the Meta data of a solution package
  3. All the above
View Answer/Explanation:
c
Explanation:
At the time of deployment, SharePoint inspects manifest.xml file to determine which template files it needs to copy into the SharePoint root directory. Ex:- Sample manifest.xml file

Question No: 10 of 13
Solutions can be deployed in which of the following ways? 
Options:
  1. Farm Solution
  2. Sandboxed solution
  3. App solution
  4. (a and b)
View Answer/Explanation:
d
Explanation:
Solutions can be deployed only in two ways:- Farm and Sandboxed Solutions(introduced in SharePoint 2010 and deprecated in SharePoint 2013)

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