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what are the scope in feature.xml?

Posted By :Sagar Pardeshi     Posted Date :February 23, 2011    Points :15   Category :SharePoint 
1.Farm
2.Webapplication(web Application)
3.Site(Site Collection)
4.web(web Site)

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