Share Point-hosted Share Point Add-ins do not support event handling, but you can turn a workflow into a kind of list or list item event handler by setting an event to trigger the workflow.
For more information, see Workflows in Share Point.
For more information, see Include rollback logic and "already done" logic in your add-in event handlers.
Note When you install an add-in with Tenant scope, it is installed to the add-in catalog site collection, and the App Installed event runs then and only then.
Your add-in can handle the following list item events.
To change the events that the remote event receiver handles, open Solution Explorer, open the Properties window for the remote event receiver, expand the Share Point Events node, and then set only the events that you want to handle to True.
In fact, it is a best practice to catch any errors in your handler and instruct Share Point to roll back the installation.
We have explored the basics and adding paging feature to List View control through my previous articles List View Control in ASP. Like my previous articles on List View control, we will add this feature in 2 scenarios.
Our next step in learning List View Control is to add edit/update/delete/insert feature to the List View control.
We can also handle these edit, update, delete and insert events in Item Command of List View control.
Since, List View is capable of displaying the data in user defined formats these features will be very useful to do these operations in those layouts itself. If you have anything like that on a site you control I'd fix it ASAP before you get hacked. I 've just made my own listview, everyting seems to work. New Edit Index;" in the lv Mine_itemediting method.