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This is another step that isn’t always mentioned but if this feature is not present then you are presented with a greyed out metadata selection when adding or editing items (note this also happens if the field is not connected to a term set).
You won’t get any obvious error messages and the feature is hidden so you won’t see it in the site features list either.
section to the field and hardcode the various Id’s that define a term set (required if you are using a sandboxed solution), or configure these in code.
I’m taking the code approach here as it is the only way to ensure the field will work across multiple environments.
This should be done as a separate web scoped feature.
All going well we will now have a list that contains a correctly functioning managed metadata field which automatically gets extracted during search processing and displayed in the search refinement panel as shown below.
We can do this first step using the Visual Studio 2010 tools to create a list definition from the content type we created earlier.
To link the two together we can update the field we created in step one to include a customization section that points to the note field as shown below: Note the value within the Text Field property is the ID of the note field we created above.To recap on the previous post we are aiming to avoid the following problems when creating Share Point 2010 taxonomy fields through features: We found the first problem was due to a missing note field when creating a list definition that used the site column.The second problem was due to the missing Tax Catch All and Tax Catch All Label columns and missing event receivers on the list definition.I’ve also added in some additional error handling so we get informative messages if the metadata service and/or term set does not exist.Note that if we are only creating a site column (or even a content type) this should work without completing the following steps.