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How can I set the last ListIndex and show selected row in a Listview after updating?  I know the selected index before updating the listview. But I'm not able to set the index after updating.
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by:cantrell
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List1.Selected(1) = True

Replace "List1" with your listbox name, and the "(1)" with the index number of the last item in your listbox.
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by:cantrell
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Dim trythis As Integer

trythis = List1.ListCount

List1.Selected(trythis - 1) = True


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by:cantrell
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Sorry, I hit "submit" first without re-reading your question, but the above should be the answer.
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by:test031097
ID: 1429443
Thanks for your answer, cantrell. But I don't mean a listbox. I mean a LISTVIEW.
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by:anthonyc
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dim liItem as listitem

set liitem = lvw.selecteditem

'do updating here

set lvw.selecteditem = lvw.listitems(liitem.index)

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by:test031097
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Thanks, anthonyc,
this is your propose:

dim liItem as listitem
    set liitem = lvw.selecteditem
    'do updating here

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After updating I have to clear the listItems, because I reload the Listview.
The members from iitem (also index) were be deleted by clear listItems.
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    set lvw.selecteditem = lvw.listitems(liitem.index)  **** <- it is deleted ********
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anthonyc earned 100 total points
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well you said updating, NOT deleting.  

Are you using the KEY property?  Save that in a variable before the deleting, then

set lvw.selecteditem = lvw.listitems(szSavedKey)
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by:test031097
ID: 1429447
Thanks, anthonyc. I saved the key in a variable. With help this variable I was able to find the Itemindex.

strKey = LstVwStammdaten.SelectedItem

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Delete

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For i = 1 To LstVwStammdaten.ListItems.Count
    If "'" & strKey & "'" = LstVwStammdaten.ListItems(i).Key Then
      Exit For
    End If
  Next i
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by:anthonyc
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ewww.... That code is UGLY!

If you want to find the item index just do this:

dim nIndex as integer
on local error resume next
nIndex = lstVwStammdaten.Listitems(strKey).Index
if nIndex = 0 then msgbox "This item is not in the list!"

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