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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.

Problem 2: When clicking the update button I handle the updating of the order in the Item Updating event but the Item Updated never fires and the Details View never change the mode to Read Only after the data was updated.

Details View control always stayed on the Edit Mode.

I bound that to the Details View and low and behold it works! Why is it when I use my own Data Binding routines (which bind to the data just fine) in a code behind page that I have issues when it comes to the Item Delting or Item Updating routines? I created a Mode Changing Event handler to allow me to change the mode into EDIT mode 5. I hope these shed some light: DETAILSVIEW1 ################################################## ############### Protected Sub Details View1_Mode Changing(By Val sender As Object, By Val e As System. New Mode 'Put into edit mode and databind Case Details View Mode. Insert 'put into read only mode and databind Case Details View Mode.

I hate the idea with beign stuck with an ODS as its less efficient now I have to make 2 calls to my active directory to accomplish the same thing I was able to do with a single call and some rather complex logic (like adding and subtracting email address aliases to exchange). Schilbach" 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.

Changed value means that the correct updated value was available.

Original value means that the correct original value was available.

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.

From the list table, you can see if we hook into the Item Updating event, we can compare the current item’s value (properties.

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