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It is important to null out the item--if not, the size of the bag will keep growing.
From the list table, you can see if we hook into the Item Updating event, we can compare the current item’s value (properties.
And if you have Update() or System Update() call on the document / item, this leads to getting an exception message on screen about “XYZ has already been modified”. When force checkout is enabled on document library, this is how the document editing works : When you checkout a document for editing, a local copy of the document is created that saves all the changes made by the user.
This happens due to race condition between the two threads when updating the document / item. At the time of checking-in the document, this local copy updates the original copy (even if there are no changes), then there is another request that does check-in on the document.
SPWeb sp Web = Get SPWeb Instance(); // assuming that you have a document library by name of "My List" SPList shared Documents = web. SPEvent Receiver Definition sp Event Receiver Def = shared Documents. This is the reason why Item Updating and Item Updated are called twice (once for each step of check-in process).
And Item Updated gets called after the item is updated.
The document's Doc ID is being used as the key--it will be unique.