a fine-grained piece of functionality provided by the application
An abstract piece of functionality provided by the architecture. See also SOAP Feature.
a logical structure of the functions you want to install
an increment of functionality that can be added to an existing system
a part of the application's total functionality that a user may decide to install independently
a set of functionality that enhances the use of Oracle database
a specification of a certain functionality provided by a binding
a unit of functionality that can be added to an existing system
A special telephone function or service, such as Conference, Hold, Send All Calls, etc. A fixed feature already appears on your telephone and can be used immediately. A switch feature can be used only if the telephone is connected to a DEFINITY Communications System Generic 1, Generic 3, or System 75 and if the feature has been assigned to your telephone by your system manager.
Preferred: An abstract piece of functionality. See also SOAP Feature.
feature is a specific component of a technology, for example an element in a markup language or a function call in an Application Programming Interface. Typically, a given feature may only be available in specific versions of the technology, and thus may need to be noted explicitly in the required list.
new functionality to be incorporated into the project