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I use these rules of thumb not to have to look at that post all the time: So if you want to test if a specific column was changed you have to use the Item Updating instead of the Item Updated eventreceiver. Is there a reason why do you want to use the Item Updated receiver specifically? I'm not sure if just B was doing the same thing or not.Jono Hello everyone, I'm back with an example that anyone should be able to try which shows the problem.To String() on a null will result in a runtime error. Of course, if both the List Item and the After Properties lack the column, it hasn't changed either. If someone sees anything that could be more efficient please comment, but I'm pretty sure this works at least. Have a read up on Before Properties and After Properties. And here's a more explicit example that illustrates what you're tring to achieve.If you click Edit, you will have to click it twice to get into edit mode, then twice to cancel out.
If I work it out by myself then I'll come back here and let you know so you know what to do in the future if you decide to use a Details View for something.
This page is a great reference for Form View controller: View Update: I've updated code to refelct Phaedrus suggestion.
Current status is that even after clicking Edit button, the content from Item Template is loaded.
The first and second click are calling the Mode Changing method so I assume there is something wrong with my code and the same with just B's code.
If I don't put in the Mode Changing event implementation I get an exception: "The Details View 'dvw Work Item' fired event Mode Changing which wasn't handled." I do intend on adding other custom code into this method because certain actions need to happen when you start editing or inserting.