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Itemupdating spitemeventproperties properties

Original value means that the correct original value was available.

As many of you know, event receivers are a great way to hook into various Share Point events.

These can apply to Feature events such as Feature Activated, List events such as Field Added, and many others.

I added some code to the Item Updated event in order to track the value of the Completed field. The next step is to complete the third and last question.

The button for the form changes from a ‘Next’ button for the previous questions to a ‘Finish’ button.

One thing to note is that the Before Properties collection is only populated for document libraries, so we don’t expect it to be populated for this exercise.

To examine the survey events I wrote an Item Added and Item Updated event receiver and just made a call to the Write Properties method to output the XML and After Properties collection.

How can we prevent a user from changing a certain column for an item in a list event?

From the list table, you can see if we hook into the Item Updating event, we can compare the current item’s value (properties.

All it really does is take the list item XML, Before Properties, After Properties and write them out to a text file.

Typically the Before/After Properties give all the detail we need, but there are several fields or attributes that are hidden and made available in the XML.

When we have a survey with multiple pages the event handlers fire in the following order…