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#1 iamLazy   User is offline

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Updating multiple records involving Listview

Posted 19 December 2013 - 09:49 AM

I have this sample table as reference
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My problem is how to update multiple data basing on listview record


I'm stuck with this problem,

I have this sample code though its for textbox,

I retrieve the product.quantity from database and substract it with inputted quantity of the customer then update it.


            Dim sql2 As String = "UPDATE PRODUCT SET qty = @quantity WHERE productID = @productID"

            Dim x As New Integer
            Dim y As New Integer
            Dim total As New Integer

            x = Val(txtProductQty.text)
            y = Val(txtcustomerQty.text)
            total = x - y

            cmd = New MySqlCommand(sql2, CNN)
            cmd.Parameters.AddWithValue("@quantity", total)
            cmd.Parameters.AddWithValue("@productID", txtProdID.text)

        Catch ex As Exception
        End Try

    End Sub

So how about in a listview? I cant' get it work on listview on multiple records,

Also I tried even just 1 selected record in a listview and it's not working

cmd.Parameters.AddWithValue("@productID", listview1.selecteditems(0).subitems(3).text)

I'm developing a POS for our project in school . Please any help, tips or hints .

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#2 CharlieMay   User is offline

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Re: Updating multiple records involving Listview

Posted 19 December 2013 - 10:23 AM

That would only work if the item was selected.

You should be able to use:
cmd.Parameters.AddWithValue("@productID", listview1.items(0).subitems(3).text)

With multiple items, you could use a for...each (again, using the items collection and not the selecteditems collection)
or you could use a for...next and use the iterator variable in your items(i) to move through each index of the collection.
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