you don't actually seem to be inserting the value at position 0. Taking a look at your assignments to oRefItem, you actually start at the length of the array (which would be after the end of the array). Surely you want to assign it here as arr.GetValue(0);
Iam using C# 2010. I would like to know, is it possible to select a column name of listview?
I mean, once the user click on second column, then I want to get the second column value...also, once the user click on third column then the reslutant has to be thisd column value...
Note: ListView1.SelectedItems.text or
ListView1.SelectedItems.SubItems.text all will give the value by assigned column.
But My clarification is is it possible to get the unkwon clicked column name...
Are you speaking here of an end-user clicking on a Column Header (i.e., the text in the column label area at the top), or are you speaking of an end-user clicking on an item in a Column, and from the item selected/clicked deducing the Column Header text ?
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1. This has nothing to do with C#
2. Googling would reveal a plethora of hits
3. Please try to avoid text speak. It only serves to annoy people. There are so many amazing letters in the English language, like the letter y. It's a shame to ignore them.
It is a server based application suited for development teams. It is not a project as such. Once you have TFS installed you can use it for project management, source control, continuous integration and a whole lot more.