Look into using the ItemTemplate for the ListView. This defines what controls will be rendered for each item. Check out MSDN for more details. If your new to WPF and templating in general, definitely search around and read up on those topics.
My ListView control is not bound. I did code this way.
Dim lvi As New System.Windows.Forms.ListViewItem
For Each blk In blks
If blk.IsXRef Then
Dim intIndex As Integer = Array.IndexOf(Src, blk.Name.ToString)
If intIndex >= 0 Then
lvi.Text = blk.Name
lvi.SubItems(0).Text = "test"
I don't think I am following you very well. I assumed from your original post that you were trying to take some existing Windows Forms code and port it over to WPF. Are we both talking WPF here or did you mean Windows Forms all along? Your right in that the WPF ListViewItem does not have SubItems like Forms do.
Do you have any WPF code written yet that you could share as a starting point?