I became curious, though, and wanted to see how it worked.Time to use Share Point Dev Tool #1 (Reflector) on the SPEvent Receiver Base class…
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So Event Firing Enabled calls a static method on the SPEvent Manager object – sounds reasonable, let’s look at that: Okay, so we’re setting a private static Local Data Store Slot to mark whether event firing is enabled or not.
This Local Data Store Slot is in the SPEvent Manager class, and being static, it’ll be shared across the entire thread, for that current domain.
Using a watch on the list item, the internal field names were: Can you see what happened?
Attached a debugger to my event handler and saw this error: What did it mean? I was writing to the single line of text fields (skill and discipline). Renaming a column does not change its ‘internal’ name. Internal Name] = “Some Discipline”;// write the update but do not trigger eventsthis.
Gets or sets a value indicating whether the command buttons (Update, Insert) will be disabled initially and enabled only when the value of one of the fields is changed by the end user.
list Item[“Skills”] = “Some skill”;list Item[“Disclipline”] = “some discipline”;// write the update but do not trigger eventsthis. Renaming ‘skills’ to skilltype’ left the internal name as ‘skills’.
Note that the iterator is executed before this method returns.
Inquiry method that asks whether the current update belongs to the item snapshot (which carries the current item state at the time of Subscription).
This article walks through creating an editable List View control, with the finished results available for download at the end of the article. (It is assumed that the reader is familiar with how to edit data using a data source control.
If this is not the case, please first read Accessing and Updating Data in ASP.
For Editing set Autogenerate Edit Button = True at property of Details View control.