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SharePoint EventReceivers 2007 vs 2010 – Part 1

Below is side by side comparison of event handlers for SharePoint 2007 and SharePoint 2010. Description column has some comments about new events. You can create event handlers for SharePoint 2010 in Visual Studio 2010 using Event Receiver template.

Class

Events

Events

Description

 

SharePoint 2007

SharePoint 2010

 

SPWebEventReceiver

 

 

 

 

SiteDeleting

SiteDeleting

 

 

SiteDeleted 

SiteDeleted 

 

 

 

WebProvisioned

New in 2010

 

 

WebProvisioning

New in 2010

 

WebDeleting

WebDeleting

 

 

WebDeleted

WebDeleted

 

 

WebMoved

WebMoved

 

 

WebMoving

WebMoving

 

SPListEventReceiver
Applicable on SharePoint List, Document Library

 

 

 

 

FieldAdded

FieldAdded

 

 

FieldAdding

FieldAdding

 

 

FieldDeleted

FieldDeleted

 

 

FieldDeleting

FieldDeleting

 

 

FieldUpdated

FieldUpdated

 

 

FieldUpdating 

FieldUpdating 

 

 

 

ListAdding

New in 2010

 

 

ListAdded

New in 2010, It was much needed event. Most common requirement I have seen is to Notify someone if a new document library or list is added or Kick Off a workflow through code.

 

 

ListDeleting

New in 2010

 

 

ListDeleted

New in 2010

SPEmailEventReceiver
List received an Email message

 

 

 

 

 

EmailReceived

New in 2010

SPWorkflowEventReceiver
All new events for workflow

 

 

 

 

 

WorkflowStarting 

New in 2010

 

 

WorkflowStarted

New in 2010

 

 

WorkflowPostponed

New in 2010

 

 

WorkflowCompleted

New in 2010

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