When setting a Date Time value in After Properties you have to convert the the Date Time to an ISO8601 string format.I have a library that allows multiple folder content types. if you have changed the name of the column after creating the list, then try with the old name.
My requirement is, if user selects Choice1 in the My Choice field, then the My Value field cannot remain blank.
This is not possible OOB, but can be done using a custom Item Updating event handler.
The overriding methods can disable the firing of some other event while this event handler method is in processing using SPEvent Receiver Base. This method will prevent events from being raised and also the infinite loop.
In detail, I have a list which has an Item Updated Event Receiver (Custom one, which developed by the developer).
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In that case, what happens is, again and again, the Event Receiver triggers as ends up with a bottle neck So it only prevents events from getting raised in between your code blocks Disabling and Enabling.
After Item Updated have been finished working the next event receiver regarding the sequence number will be raised.
With that in mind, Share Point 2010 is like a sea of icebergs – there is a lot going on under the surface that you may not notice until it’s too late.
Unfortunately, that makes your project like the Titanic.
There is a difference between the behaviour of Before and After properties when dealing with document libraries versus when dealing with lists.