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CListCtrl header click event

Posted on 2002-07-18
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How do i catch a mouse click event pressing the header
of a CListCtrl ?
I add the event to the code but, when pressing the table's header, there is no callback to the receiving function.
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I ran into this problem. peterchen provided a solution along the following lines:

a) After adding a message handler, in the message map, you find something like:
ON_NOTIFY_REFLECT(HDN_ITEMCLICK, OnItemclick)

change this to two lines:
 ON_NOTIFY(HDN_ITEMCLICKA, 1, OnItemclick)
 ON_NOTIFY(HDN_ITEMCLICKW, 1, OnItemclick)

b) in OnInitialUpdate(), do
 GetListCtrl().GetHeaderCtrl()->SetDlgCtrlID(1);


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