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I need to do a custom update for a form view (I think/know), as some of the parameters that are required for updating values should not be updated by the users, such as userid of the person performing the action which is passed back to the database for auditing purposes.
Additionally, there are some fields, such as Last Updated By, Last Updated Date that need to be seen, but not edited.
If so, indeed the best way to do it is to add a hidden bit column, or an int column if you want to cheaply store changed flags for several columns.
Test and set in the Item Updating, then read in the Item Updated.
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. The difference between my Grid View and the one from the example is mine got its columns manually created in the codebehind. I just can't image a vb developer not being able to look at least be able to read c#.I also use a customized Data Table for binding with the Grid View. I do not have any VB code, but at least I figured it out a while ago: I was not properly understanding the ASP. During development of this book I got a lot of support from many people who helped me to stay focused and get inspiration.
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The first taxonomy field we created actually only stores a lookup value to a list within the current site collection and it is the note field that actually stores the names and Id’s of each selected term.