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Hello Experts:

I have a listview that contains a list of clients.  Column 1 contains the clientid and column 2 contains the client name.

I also have a janusys grid on the form which will display a filtered invoice listing based on the client that is selected in the client listview.

I have recently added a search button to allow the user to search for an invoice, which works correctly, by displaying the invoice that was searched for in the janus grid.  However, I also want to highlight the client in the client list that the invoice corresponds to, I've tried several things with no results.

Here is what I am trying

ClientList is the Listview displaying the clients
strReturnCustomer is the clientid field Im trying to match up to column 1 in the listview

For Counter = 1 To ClientList.ListItems.Count
     If ClientList.ListItems(Counter) = strReturnCustomer Then
                ClientList.ListItems(Counter).selected= True
     End If
Next

Thanks

VB 6.0
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Question by:escheider
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by:CodeWizrd
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If you are checking on customer number, then change your if statement to:

If ClientList.ListItems(Counter).subitems(1) = strReturnCustomer Then

This way you are validating only the first column in your list box.
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by:escheider
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ClientList.ListItems(Counter).subitems(1) would reference the customer name, not the customer id.
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by:CodeWizrd
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oops...I typed a 1, didnt I?  Problem with coding too many languages...

Did the subitem help you match your customer id and highlight the row you wanted?

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by:escheider
ID: 6887104
no,

ClientList.ListItems(Counter) appears to be referencing the clientid column, but ClientList.ListItems(Counter).selected= True doesn't appear to be working.  The IF statement is triggered, but the client being referenced is not highlighted.
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by:escheider
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hmmm, i put a clientlist.setfocus above the clientlist.listitems(counter) line, and it appears to work now.
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by:CodeWizrd
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Interesting...well, congrats on getting it working!
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by:escheider
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freaky...do you want the points or should I delete this question??
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by:escheider
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Since I answered the question myself, I decided to delete this question.  Thanks for your input though
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