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Old December 28th, 2006, 01:45 AM
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Default updating the table from the list view columns

I have written a program, which in response to user input, populates the data in a list view (msaccess table) Now I need to extract the data from list view and update a different table. Updating the table is not working. Can some one help this ignorent ?

Here is the code
  Dim mySearchString As String
        Dim SearchName As String
        SearchName = txtMovieID.Text

        if txtPerson.Text = "" then
MessageBox.Show("Please First select the perosn who is renting movies")
    If Not IsNumeric(SearchName) Then
 MessageBox.Show(" Plese type The movie Name Correctly", "ERROR", MessageBoxButtons.OK, MessageBoxIcon.Hand)
  mySearchString = "Select Number,Title,DaysToRent,RentalRate, Status from tblInventory where number=" & txtMovieID.Text
  daRental.SelectCommand.CommandText = mySearchString
   If DsRental2.tblInventory.Count = 0 Then
MessageBox.Show(" Movie by " & SearchName & " doesnot exist", "Search Result")
      With lvwRental
      Dim Item As ListViewItem
Item = New ListViewItem(txtMovieID.Text)
      Item.SubItems.Add(Today.AddDays(txtDaysToRent.Text ))
      Item.SubItems.Add(FormatCurrency(txtRentalRate.Tex t))
      Item.SubItems.Add(FormatCurrency(txtRentalRate.Tex t))
  End With
  Catch except As Exception
  MessageBox.Show(except.Message, except.GetType.ToString())
  End Try

End If
  End If
    End If
Dim newRow As dsTransection.tblRentalRow
                Dim Item As ListViewItem
                Dim result As String


                    newRow = DsTransection1.tblRental.NewRow()
                    newRow("CustomerID") = txtCustID.Text
                    newRow("MovieID") = lvwRental.Columns(Val("MovieID"))
                    newRow("DateRented") = Today
                    newRow("Datedue") = lvwRental.Columns("DateDue")

result = (MessageBox.Show("Do You Want to record transection Now", "", MessageBoxButtons.YesNo, MessageBoxIcon.Stop))
If result = DialogResult.Yes Then


  End If
Catch ex As Exception
End Try

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I have solved the problem anyone interested to know email me at yasho@cometomypc.net

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then y r u here ? everyone needs solution over here but u r trying to hide the solution. this is not humanity. mr.lovehead

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