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Posted on 2001-08-08
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WriteComponent/ReadComponent can't be used with a Listbox ?

procedure TForm1.Button3Click(Sender: TObject);
var FileStream: TFileStream;
begin
  FileStream:= TFileStream.Create( 'c:\temp\listbox.dta', fmCreate );
  FileStream.WriteComponent( LISTBOX1 );
  FileStream.Free;
end;

procedure TForm1.Button4Click(Sender: TObject);
var FileStream: TFileStream;
begin
  FileStream:= TFileStream.Create( 'c:\temp\listbox.dta', fmOpenRead );
  FileStream.ReadComponent( nil );
  FileStream.Free;
end;

Using the same ReadComponent-Code in the FormCreate-Event works, see VCL-Code (csReading..):

procedure TWinControl.CreateWnd;
...
if (Owner <> nil) and (csReading in Owner.ComponentState) and...
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Question by:stefanwolf
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ITugay earned 400 total points
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Hi stefanwolf,

I guess what you mean. Seems you'v got some messages about "has not parent window" or "not registered". Here is a sample how to write and read TListBox to/from the stream. But first of all you should register class of component (see initialization section of this sample).

-----
Igor.


procedure TForm1.SpeedButton1Click(Sender: TObject);
var
  FileStream: TFileStream;
  W: TWriter;
begin
  FileStream:= TFileStream.Create( 'd:\listbox.dta', fmCreate );

  W := TWriter.Create(FileStream, 1024);
  W.WriteComponent(Listbox1);
  W.Free;

  FileStream.Free;

  // just for testing to avoid of duplicate names
  Listbox1.Free;
end;

// this empty class is used to access protected method TReader.ReadData
type
  TMyReader = class(TReader)
  end;

procedure TForm1.SpeedButton2Click(Sender: TObject);
var
  FileStream: TFileStream;
  R: TMyReader;
  C: TComponent;

begin
  FileStream:= TFileStream.Create( 'd:\listbox.dta', fmOpenRead );

  R := TMyReader.Create(FileStream, 1024);
  // create an instance of component
  C := TComponentClass(FindClass(R.ReadStr)).Create(nil);
  // assign parent
  TWinControl(C).Parent := Self;
  // read name of component
  C.Name := R.ReadStr;
  // read component's properties
  R.ReadData(C);

  R.Free;

  FileStream.Free;
end;

initialization
  RegisterClass(TListBox);

end.
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by:stefanwolf
ID: 6366891
Hi Igor,
thank you very much - great work!

Stefan Wolf
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by:stefanwolf
ID: 6366892
uups,
thanks again!
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