Re: Resetcontent () Error

"Jonathan Wood" <>
Mon, 15 Sep 2008 17:57:18 -0600
Actually, the errors seem pretty self-explanatory to me. Whoever told you to
call the Resetcontent method of a CListCtrl was wrong. As the error message
points out, that is not a method of that class.

In Visual Studio, the IDE will generally list all the methods for you when
you type an object name followed by a dot. So finding the available methods
is really pretty easy.

What did you use to get the name of the members that are causing the error?

Jonathan Wood
SoftCircuits Programming

"sheikh" <> wrote in message

Hi freinds
I have problems.By compiling my code i am having 2 errors.
I am new in MFC programming thatwhy i am asking u people.

error C2039: 'Resetcontent' : is not a member of 'CListCtrl'
error C2039: 'AddString' : is not a member of 'CListCtrl'

my code is :

bool CBookcollectionView::UpdateAuthor(int id)

CAuthorRecordSet ars;
CBookAuthorRecordSet bars;
CString bookAuthorSQL;
CString authorSQL;
CString display;
int pos;


bars.m_strFilter = bookAuthorSQL;

while ( ! bars.IsEOF() )
authorSQL.Format(_T("m_AuthorID = %d"),bars.m_AuthorID);
ars.m_strFilter = authorSQL;

if ( ars.IsOpen() )

display = ars.m_AuthorName;
pos = m_Author.AddString(display);
return true;


thank u ppl in advance.

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