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Listview

Listview works very fine to display a list. Is there also a procedure to modify/capture directly one field within the List? I think about something similar to a spreadsheet where you can modify directly the contents of one cell and not the whole row.

In the lviewctl appear lots of  DB-Call-Function, but no one to fill only one field (cell) of the whole list.

Any help?  I want to Change only the marked cell.  Or is the only solutiuon copy the whole row to individual entry fields?

Thanks for any help.

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Re: Listview

You can access the individual columns of a selected row by returning the ListViewItem object for the selected row and then using the methods:

setColumnValue using lnkIndex lnkValue

and

getColumnValue using lnkindex returning lnkValue

where lnkIndex is a numeric index representing the column number from left to right.

The ListView Demo in the Net Express set of demos shows how to do this within the control program, LVIEWCTL.cbl.

 

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