List View on SSTab Problem

Posted on 2000-03-21
Last Modified: 2010-05-02
How can I see ImageList control from one Listview control on SSTab control .
I tried in design mode and runtime, with ImageList on SSTab control or outside but I did not have success.
Thank you, please tell me if 20 points are enough?
Question by:sbelean
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Expert Comment

ID: 2643510
There should be no problem in having the ImageList control on one tab and the listview on another. Can you explain a bit more - did the listview control's property page not list the image list ?

Author Comment

ID: 2643561
Yes, I want to use ImageList for SmallIcon Property of List View control but it isn't listed in List View propery page and at runtime I have error "Wrong object"
   Thank you, Sorin B

Expert Comment

ID: 2643585
What happens if you add another listview control and imagelist control onto the form (not the tab) - does the new listview pick up one, both or none of the imagelists ?

Is the run time error message definitely "Wrong Object". I've searched the MSDN and cant find any reference to such an error message in VB
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Expert Comment

ID: 2643740
paulstamp, i think there seems be some problem in your system. i just tested with a simpel project, it works well (you can get the files from

Expert Comment

ID: 2643758
hkshijun... yup I agree... I dont have the problem. I think you'll find its sbelean that asked the question !

Accepted Solution

justinflitcroft earned 20 total points
ID: 2643826
The problem you are describing (error number 35610?) occurs when you attempt to use an imagelist control from common controls version 5.0 (i tested with 5.0 SP2), and a listview control from common controls 6.0 (i tested with 6.0 SP3).
To fix this, either make your listview one from common controls version 5.0, or your imagelist control one from version 6.0.

Author Comment

ID: 2644819
Sorry paulstamp, the error is 35610 and correct description is " Invalid object ". Thank you all, sorry for late with response, I hope I can give the points to justinflitcroft. Thank you again, Sorin Belean.

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