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Using a collection, I am populating a listview. There is a button called "Check Status" and when clicked it calls the CheckBookStatus method. I am wanting to go through each author listed and in my column called "Status" would like update the status to be updated to "Yes" or "No". I have posted the code of what I have so far. Much help is appreciated! Thank you!

My ListView is:

Author Name Book Name Status

#Private Properties
private Book.AllAuthorsCollection allauthorsCollection = null;
private string status = string.Empty;
private void CheckBookStatus()
long authorkey = this.AuthorKey;
Book.Books books = null;
this.status = books.Status;
int count = 0;
this.allauthorsCollection = Book.Books.AuthorIndex(authorkey);
count = this.allauthorsCollection .Count;
for (int i = 0; i < count; i++)
books = this.allauthorsCollection[i];
// check status
result = Book.Books.CheckAuthors(allauthorsCollection[i].AuthorKey);
if (this.status == "1")
else if (this.status == "2")
Posted 7-Oct-12 11:12am
Edited 7-Oct-12 11:17am
BillWoodruff 7-Oct-12 23:47pm
Do you understand right now how to go through (iterate across, traverse, etc.) a ListView, and access/change the values in a specific column for each "row" in the ListView ? Or, is that the question ?

If the question is: how do you access your collection, then I think you should show us here the structure of the collection; we can only guess what it is from what you show here.
ahlaj77 8-Oct-12 8:06am
First statement you said, is the question. Thank you for your reply.
Varun Sareen 9-Oct-12 2:11am
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Varun Sareen 9-Oct-12 2:12am
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Varun Sareen

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