May 14, 2019 08:14 PM|DA924|LINK
Myself I would use the debugger and look at the content of e.Values and NewValues by using Visual Studio Quickwatch. You should be able to see public properties in the objects. And maybe you can do an intellisense on the object, like e.Valuses. the
"." does the expose and let Visual Stuido expose public properties or methods that you can use on the object inside Values.