Summary: Event receivers in Microsoft Share Point Foundation 2010 enable your custom code to respond when specific actions occur on a Share Point object.
Practical examples in this article show you how to use events to enhance your Share Point applications.
To prevent users from changing the name of the planet, you can develop a Item Updating event receiver.
Damon gives just one example of a poisoned dagger in the game of Sharepoint Development: The Item Event Receiver.
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Table 3 lists all Share Point Foundation 2010 event receivers by scope and specifies the classes to which they belong and the event hosts with which they can associate.
In this example, you have a site collection that contains hundreds of individual sites; on the root site, you have an Announcements Web Part.