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26 Mar

Although asynchronous events expose a SPItem Event Properties parameter named properties just like their synchronous counterparts, remember that the operation has already completed so you cannot modify anything in the properties parameter (well, you can, but it doesn’t do anything).

Additionally, the properties parameter may not be populated with information that you would tend to expect to be present.

Test and set in the Item Updating, then read in the Item Updated.

Ok, so inside the Item Updating, you might use the following code: This may seem fine, but if the tested column wasn't filled in it's not part of the After Properties collection, and trying .

Here is what I have tried so far: Just to be clear - you want to debug an already deployed Sandboxed solution, you need to attach the SPUCWorker proccess manually and hit F5 to debug!

Occasionally a VS restart helps as well as a good old stop/start of the Sandbox Service via Share Point CA!

The Item Updating logic needs to compare various dates and number fields to determine if the data could be submitted.

Do you absolutely need to do something Asynchronous?

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.

I was able to grab and work with all values coming from the property bag. public override void Item Updating(SPItem Event Properties properties) Datasheet Scenario: Running the same code, the Item Updating event would cause errors in the Datasheet view and forces the user to discard their changes.

So I fired up the debugger and noticed that the second property that I was trying to access returned null values in the Datasheet view even though it returned the valid objects in the Edit Form.