I have a Listview with several columns where the user can insert data through an input-form. After filling in the textboxes that resides on the input-form the user closes the input-form and a new row will be created filled with the data of the textboxes. If the user wants to edit the new created row the user just doubleclick on the row and the input-form appears again with the data in the textboxes. Everything works great. Only the user can open the input-form multiple times. When the user doubleclicks on a row the input-form appears. When the user doubleclicks again on the same row I get the same input-form twice !!!
I have though about it how to solve this problem. And i think I got it but don't know if its possible doing it in code. every inputform has an unique date. Is it possible to say in the
DoubleClick event that when the user doubleclick on the row and the input-form of that certain row is allready opened dan ignore. Doing this by compare the date in the row that the user doubleclicks on with the dates on the allready opened input-forms.
private void lvNotes_DoubleClick(object sender, EventArgs e)
Who can help me?
Greetings, Peter Kiers
P.S: I have but all the code in a textfile.