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As a developer interested in catching Share Point events, you are no longer limited to only document libraries and forms libraries.
Now you have the ability to catch events on practically every list type that Share Point offers, as well as at the site level, list or library level, and at the individual file level.
This application uses Collections include the item Updated() method, which notifies a collection that the underlying data has changed and ensures that the collection’s data view is up to date when items in the underlying data object do not implement the IEvent Dispatcher interface.
This method takes the item that was modified, the property in the item that was updated, and its old and new values as parameters.
For example, if a custom control uses a collection as its data provider, and you want the control to be updated dynamically and to display the revised data each time the collection changes, the control can monitor the collection events and update accordingly.
You could, for example, build a simple rental-car reservation system that uses collection events.
These events include "before the fact" or synchronous events as well as "after the fact" or asynchronous events as illustrated in Figure 1.
In this article we’ll continue where we left off and see how we can add a hook in Share Point and enhance the content creation and approval process to make it more valuable to end users.
Policy documents, Functional Specs, Technical Specs, Time Sheets, Work-Orders etc.
First Bind Data to Details View control from sql server..
Here, you can change value of Name and City click update button to update Record to database. Now, we will learn to Delete Record from Details View in ASP. Here, set Autogenerate Delete Button = True of Details View control.
Share Point as most us know, has built in workflow capabilities.