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Event Handler in SharePoint 2010

Posted by Destin joy Articles | SharePoint 2010 November 01, 2010
In this article I am showing you how to create a Custom event handler in SharePoint 2010 using Visual Studio 2010.
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In this article I am showing you how to create a Custom event handler in SharePoint 2010 using Visual Studio 2010. An event handler is a business logic that needs to be run when a event (eg. deleting site, uploading a new document etc) happens in SharePoint. A event handler is built into a .net assembly and deployed in the SharePoint server

In the below example I am showing you an example of restricting a user from deleting a site from a web application

1. Open your VS 2010 select SharePoint project(2010) and select Event Receiver.

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2. Give the URL of the web application where you want to attach this event.

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3. From the next screen you have to select what type of Event Receiver settings you want. I have selected a Web Events to handle A Site being Deleted event as shown below.

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4. Click Finish.

properties.Cancel = true;
properties.ErrorMessage = "You cant delete a SIte";


5. In this example, the Site Deletion is terminated whenever a user tries to delete the site

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6. Now right click on the solution and select deploy.

7. Now you go to your site settings and select Manage Site Features under site actions.

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8. Then select your Event feature and Activate it.

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9. Then go to site settings and select Delete this site from Site Actions.

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10. Then you can see our event is fired and will get the following error message whenever a user tries to delete the site.

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