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How to delete listview row and update database table at the same time..

Hi,

I have a listview that has this selectcommand:

SelectCommand="SELECT * FROM [XXX] WHERE ([id] = @id) ORDER BY [seqNr] ASC"

I have no problem deleteing a row in my listview:

DeleteCommand="DELETE [XXX] WHERE ([ControlId]=@ControlId)"

I want the seqNr to be updated at the same time as the row is deleted. For example I have a lisview with 10 rows and I delete row 7, then I want to the column seqNr in my table to be updated. I have tried something like this:

Dim iSeq As Integer
                Dim iCtlid As Integer

                Dim i As Integer
                Dim test As String
                test = ListViewFormControls.Items.Count

                For i = 0 To ListViewFormControls.Items.Count - 1
                    iCtlid = ListViewFormControls.DataKeys(i).Value
                    iSeq = i + 1
                    UpdateFieldSequence(iCtlid, iSeq)
                Next

But this fires before the actual delete, so the column seqNr is a mess...

I hope you understand my problem.
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mattegol

8/22/2022 - Mon
CmdoProg2

Is your code in the ItemDeleted event handler?
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mattegol

Yes

Protected Sub ListViewFormControls_ItemDeleting(ByVal sender As Object, ByVal e As System.Web.UI.WebControls.ListViewDeleteEventArgs) Handles ListViewFormControls.ItemDeleting

I have no problem getting it to work one by one, but I can't make it happen at the same time  by clicking the delete button.
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mattegol

Sorry my bad, I mixed it up...

It works like a charm now.
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