At your disposal on SPRemote Event Properties you have after Properties and before Properties, found by doing this: And those were the key to the problem: how to act on the firing only when the user changes something and not when it updates itself?
This is my first post in 2013, here I just want to discuss about Event Receivers in Share Point 2010 (SPItem Event Receiver class) and an important factor with the Event Receivers.
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In this fourth article in the series on Remote Event Receivers, we will look into some of the applicable business cases around the Remote Event Handlers.
You can reach the previous three articles in this series through the following links: ” as shown below: Now let’s try to delete this item as highlighted below- As soon as the user tries to delete the item Share Point looks for any registered Event Receiver with the List and looks for its Receiver Definition to see what events this Receiver is allowed to receive and executes it.
The initialization of the event receiver looks like this: And all was fine in the world.
The event receiver was nicely attached and got busy when I uploaded a document. I was trying to change permissions on an item and this was the part of my code that was creating the problems: Inside my SPRemote Event Type.
But this is the barren end empty world of the remote event receiver and no such this is available.