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This is to summarize the inconsistent behaviors I encountered when working with "After Properties" in "Item Updating" event handler on a custom Share Point list in SP 2010.
1) After Properties will be NULL when Item Updating event is called because of a code-update to list: But, when the list is being updated by code, and the code does not update the "Email" (for example, the code just updates "First Name" in the list) then properties. To String() will have the correct look up value like "3;#karthik", but the value of properties. To String() will have only "3" (just the look up ID).
Ive done a lot of ASP programming before and I like to think myself pretty confident in the.
NET framework and programming arena in general however today I started looking at using some of the built in controls microsoft provide for data access to put together a quick prototype haha - could have written the damn thing by hand by now. I have a page with: The updatepanel has one trigger: I want to use the dropdownlist to filter items.
I have event handlers for both the Updating, and Updated event.
But, now the update event doesn't seems to fire and clicking it doesn't do anything.
Please help i've been stuck on this for ages, I can find any examples which use a Label control's text doesn't appear to be set in the page which has a user control when trying to update the text property in the Form View's Item Updated event Hi There, I have a user control which hosts a formview control, gridview control and a label control. I have controls in edititemtemplate and insertitemtemplate.
Everything appears to be wired up correctly the correct values are sent to the database when the Update button is clicked and I want various data bound Drop Down List controls to be refreshed to reflect the updated data.
I have read that the place to rebind these controls is in the Item Updated event of the Details View Updating Event not returning new values from controls Hi All, I come to you all in an hour of need well several actually.