Add a touch of class to every drink with the Titanic ice cube mold, and relive the glorious failure that was the Titanic.
Included in this offensively clever ice cube kit are the molds for the Titanic ship itself as well as and the merciless iceberg.
2) Is so, when I cancel the edit (because I did the update myself), and change mode, the Form View returns to read only mode as inteneded (good so far).
In my case I was changing the value of a custom property named CMIs Secret, so if that property was the same in before Properties as in after Properties (the values before and after the save) I should go on with the update, otherwise not.
This was the method I created: It checks if the property exists at all (it doesn’t if it is an Item Added-event and the property is custom made) and if it differs.
However, this post only focuses on the Before Properties and After Properties of the list item event receiver (SPItem Event Receiver). The base class for all list item events is the class.
With the exception of feature events, here is a full list of available Share Point events, event receivers, and event hosts for quick reference.
New value means that the correct value for the column was available.
Changed value means that the correct updated value was available.
Writing that makes your world pink and sparkly again.
But this is the barren end empty world of the remote event receiver and no such this is available.
There is a difference between the behaviour of Before and After properties when dealing with document libraries versus when dealing with lists.