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I'm trying to do some treatement after creating an item but the treatement is done twice because in my code after creating the item, I'm updating it , so the event reciever get fired twice: first when I add the element and the second when I updated it. Get Control By Id("ACDetails ID"); item["Object"] = ACObject. PS: in the case of updating an existing Liste the item Updated is fired twice too !! For this, You need to set scope of feature = Web as well as you need to set scope in Feature.
Get Control By Id("ACAssigned To ID"); Note Field ACDetails = (Note Field)Page. Update() yet keep the first fire since I need to keep applying my treatement? In Item Added() the event receiver will get fired only when the new item is added in the Item Updated() the event receiver will get fired whenever the item gets updated no matter on how may times when you update. Either in Item Added or Item Updated you can find this code available by default.