Selecting the item from Grid View1 disables the Text Box1 just fine, but when I click the Update button on the Form View1 then all Text Boxes are enabled, even if I see in the debugger code running through the Grid View1_Selected Index Changed() function.
And after I re-select the gridview item, the correct Text Boxes are disabled again. The Text Box is in the Form View's Edit Item Template, so will only be visible when the Form View is in edit mode.
Is there any way to see the "current lifecycle progress" in debugging? I have a Grid View1 where selecting the item populates the abovementioned Form View1.
I am grouping the folders by content type but I don't want the group heading to say Content Type: whatever. I would like to if the item already exists after the changes, the updates are not applied. Microsoft is conducting an online survey to understand your opinion of the Technet Web site.1) After Properties will be NULL when Item Updating event is called because of a code-update to list: But, when the list is being updated by code, and the code does not update the "Email" (for example, the code just updates "First Name" in the list) then properties. To String() will have the correct look up value like "3;#karthik", but the value of properties. To String() will have only "3" (just the look up ID).After Properties["Email"] will be NULL in the event receiver code.