The code might look like this: When they say “not available for post events on list items”, do they mean after events (like Item Updated, Item Deleted, etc)?The wording is curious here, so I thought I’d take some time to test each combination of common events such as Add, Update and Delete.So, if we go back to our original problem listed above.How can we prevent a user from changing a certain column for an item in a list event? I haven't used List Views in a while, but this may help: shows the way to access a value in the Item Data Bound method, but I think it is probably much the same...Hi Everyone, I am having a massive issue trying to get custom data into my DV. I created a Item Updating mode to handle the item update. I create a USER and EMAILUSER class and populated them with their corresponding attributes. Non of my fields are Template fields and they are all databound. Details View Mode Event Args ) Handles Details View1. The edit button required two clicks to change the mode to Edit instead of Read Only.
I was stocked for sometime using the 2.0 Details View control to Edit/Update data.I solve this problem by canceling the Item Updating event, changing the mode, and rebinding the details view data source.This was the only way I got things to worked for me. -Timothy UPDATE: Ok I dont know why this is, but maybe someone can explain it to me. All I want to do is intercept the New Values and put them in my custom data solution.
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While an ODS may be nice for those afraid of code, I prefer to do my complex operations the old school way in the code behind page.