I’ve (ab)used this once on a project where I’d call a custom Layout Page called with Query String parameters to force a SPList Item. In the Event Receiver the code would interact with the values of those parameters. Also here’s a good reference: Share Point 2007 Deployment: Event Registration Features I'm currently doing quite some research on Event Receivers (ERs) on Content Types (CTs) and activating those CTs on a document library in Share Point 2007 (WSS 3.0 to be exact, but same applies for MOSS 2007 and MSS(X) 2008).
Hi, I'm trying to update values from Detals View using C# codebehind. Basically,the menu will be like this, Categories Sub Categories. I have a Form View control populated with some labels that use one way databinding to a database. When I run the web app, I choose to edit this field & can type whatever I want no problem. Hi zhughes, You can implement "go to the next line by pressing the enter key". How to modify the position of controls present inside detailsview?
Here’s a blog post on it: is different from Share Point 2007 as far as I recall. This blog post by Keith Richie mentions a solution for SPWeb. A lesser known trick to make use of the Http Context in asynchronous Event Receivers in Share Point 2007 or Share Point 2010 is to define a constructor on the Event Receiver class that assigns the Http Context to an internal or private member variable.
Next you can access it from the method overrides for handling events.
I get 0 values for Old Value and New Value in Item Updating event, even though i try to update any row. For example, for COMPUTING category there will be NOTEBOOKS DESKTOPS etc. What I want to do is on the Form View_Item Updating event, I want to check the Old Values collections, use that to calculate some values and then insert them into the New Values collection. & Detailsview control for VS I have a detailsview control on my form thats linked to a sql file. However, I can't figure out how to "go to the next line." Pressing the enter key obviously doesn't work, & it doesn't like html like or . Hi, In formview we could position the controls anywhere we like and bind it to the datasource.
Since the new setup uses a new AD domain, user accounts were mapped to new accounts and migrated using stsadm –o migrateuser.
There’s a difference in behavior for Lists and Libraries; the former allows you to also read/write from the Context. It can be used to declare additional information and then the Event Receiver code behind can use this information. Afterwards the user is presented with the option to change the Content Type which will trigger Item Updating and Item Updated for the destination Content Type I’m starting to see the light although I do think that the Recycle Bin thing is a design flaw. Currently I’m thinking an additional check on Content Type in your code might be the safest way to ensure your code doesn’t run accidentally for a different Content Type ? Today I got into some code reviewing of an Item Event Receiver using Enterprise Library for data access.
Session, while the latter doesn’t allow this (Session is null). Better than hardcoding although I haven’t had the need for it (yet ? According to the official docs it is reserved: Event Receivers Result Set Thank you Thomas for helping me on this one ! The problem occurred when registering the Event Receiver for a Share Point List using the object model (SPList. Apparently when the Event Receiver is registered it instantiates the My Data Access class which in turn calls the Ent Lib method in its constructor.
Also not sure why the Event Receivers were missing in the first place.
It could be because some “questionable” actions happened during the setup of the site, but it could as well be a bug in Share Point 2010 RTM or later.