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following situation:

A user is editing a page in the Pages Library (PublishingFeature). The list settings are requiring a checkout to edit a document. Now he edit's a lot of things on this page, and because it's a WYSIWYG thing the current data is cached. What I need to do now is, to recognize when he checks in or saves the page and push the cached data to sharepoint.

P.S. Were talking about SharePoint 2010.

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An alert on the library will inform you any changes.

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You can create a custom ItemCheckIn event receiver where you can do whatever control that you want.

If you want more information take a look at

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