In the many years I worked for U2U, I worked as technical assistant for Patrick Tisseghem who unfortunately died on 3th September 2008.
Together with Patrick we developed the alfa and beta versions of the Silverlight Blue Print for Share Point which contains several samples on how to integrate Silverlight with Share Point. I’m also board member of the belgian user group BIWUG.
Unfortunately, that makes your project like the Titanic.
I don’t mean that it’s largest and most luxurious application every written, but rather that you may be cruising headlong into a nasty rendezvous with an iceberg that could deal a severe blow to your project.
If not, kudos to you for tackling the object model with reckless abandon.
Sometimes that is the most exciting way to learn, but for those less adventurous I will briefly cover the topic here.
If the name isn’t changed, the changes are saved to the Share Point list.
Before you can deploy the event receiver you have to change the file to bind the Update Adding event receiver to all custom lists.
I’m Karine Bosch and currently I’m working as Share Point Solution Architect for Recomatics, a company located in Destelbergen near Ghent.
It is particularly difficult to do this yourself in an event receiver in Share Point because you typically don’t have any context to work with.
It turns out there is actually a very simple way to accomplish this, but it’s not clearly documented in the places you would expect it.
And proud MEET member If you don’t find the answers to your questions on this blog, you can always post your questions to the Share Point 2010 forum or the Share Point 2013 forum.
When using the Event Receivers in Share Point a common scenario is to update a property on the item the event was fired on.
You can also use event receivers to validate the data that the user wants to change.