Asynchronous After event that occurs after an existing Web site is completely deleted.
Assembly: Microsoft.SharePoint (in Microsoft.SharePoint.dll)
'Declaration Public Overridable Sub WebDeleted ( _ properties As SPWebEventProperties _ ) 'Usage Dim instance As SPWebEventReceiver Dim properties As SPWebEventProperties instance.WebDeleted(properties)
public virtual void WebDeleted( SPWebEventProperties properties )
An SPWebEventProperties object that represents properties of the event handler.
properties is null .
Web site deletion events occur in the following cases:
The Web site is deleted through the user interface.
The folder that contains a Web site is deleted in an application that is compatible with Microsoft SharePoint Foundation (such as SharePoint Designer) through remote procedure call protocol (RPC).
The folder that contains a Web site is deleted through Distributed Authoring and Versioning (DAV).
Web site deletion events occur only for the first Web site in a chain of sites. For example, if a Web site at http://TopSite/Site, which has the subwebs http://TopSite/Site/Subsite1 and http://TopSite/Site/Subsite2, is deleted in , only one deletion event occurs, namely, for the http://TopSite/Site root Web site.
If you attempt to access the deleted Web in your event receiver by using the properties.Web property from your WebDeleted(SPWebEventProperties) or SiteDeleted(SPWebEventProperties) methods, a System.IO.FileNotFoundException is thrown rather than a simple a null reference (Nothing in Visual Basic) return.