I have loged the value before an after changing and can see the value change. Here’s an issue that nearly brought me to my knees… I was stressing out all weekend wondering why an Item Updating event wasn’t running in Datasheet view, even though it ran fine and dandy when used with the When used with the Datasheet view, either unknown or conflict errors would prevent the user from committing any changes to the Share Point List.
In this section, we’ll learn about the events raised by these controls.
(no updates required since you are changing the value before it gets saved) I would verify that your Event Receiver is attached to the list.
Are you able to debug your Event Receiver when you modify an item in the list? It appears no matter what you do to the after properties it doesn't change anything It is nice to update Title in Item Adding and Item Updating events since extra Updates are avoided (without Disable Event Firing), and the "Edit Properties view" will already have the Title filled in Some code example to update title based on filename. For working with Title in Lists, ["Title"] needs to be used.
Click the Delete Item button on the Server ribbon.12. Example: Creating a List Item Event Handler Share Point 2010 Other Versions The following example shows the basic steps used to create an event handler. As a developer, you override the methods of the base class for the events you are interested in handling.
Navigate to a task list and select an item in the list. Share Point;namespace My Event Handlers An object of your class is instantiated when actions occur within the list.