We inherit SPItem Event Receiver and IDisposable, SPItem Event Receiver will give us access to the base properties in the event receiver and IDisposable will give us a Dispose method (which comes in handy in a moment).
SPItem Event Receiver has a property called Event Firing Enabled, which simply indicates whether event firing is enabled.
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However, sometimes we want to run our code in an "ed" event, but have it synchronous (notice that the opposite is impossible have the "ing" properties to run asynchronously)- for example, when we want to modify item properties when its added, but before the user has been redirected to a new page.
A classic example is the upload of a document to a document library.
We can turn this off to prevent our loop from occuring.
First, we declare a boolean to hold the original value of the Event Firing Enabled property.
I am quite new to Share Point and have been working on this thing for a couple of days.
I was able to somehow use Item Added event receiver but I want if I update List 1 then using Item Updated event receiver List 2 should also get updated. How to link items in one list with another and then how to update.These will be used to push the attachments to a document library.Since we will use a document library to store the files, we will need to provision a document library.Luckily there is an easy and elegant solution with a little custom code.We'll create a class called Disabled Events Scope: This class is simple and to the point.Imagine you have a list named "Software", it has title field and category lookup field (now we have 19 category types in "Category" list).