How can summarize item in a listview

Posted on 2004-10-28
Medium Priority
Last Modified: 2013-12-26
I have the following 2 field in a grid
GroupField   TotalField
AAA            1
BBB            1
CCC            1
AAA            1
BBB            2
CCC            1
AAA            1
BBB            1
Now i need to provide a summary in a listview as follows

GroupField   TotalField
AAA             3
BBB            4
CCC            2

I have done the following

Private sub SetupListview

      with lvw.ColumnHeaders
          .Add, "Grp","Group,2000
            .Add, "Ttl","Total,2000
      end with
end sub

Private sub PopulateListView(Byval strGroup as string,intValue as integer)
      dim li as listItem
        dim liKey as string

liKey="k" & StrGroup
      if lvw.listitems.count > 0 Then

            for each li in lvw.listitems
                  if li.text=strGroup then
                        li.subItems(1)=IntValue + 1
                        SET LI=LVW.ListItems.Add(,likey,strGroup)
                  end if
            SET LI=LVW.ListItems.Add(,likey,strGroup)
      end if

end sub
Question by:Gabriel_Brienza
LVL 14

Accepted Solution

Shiju Sasidharan earned 120 total points
ID: 12436130
try this

Private Sub PopulateListView(ByVal strGroup As String, intValue As Integer)
Dim lst As ListItem
     Set lst = lvw.FindItem(strGroup, lvwText, , lvwWhole)
     If lst Is Nothing Then
         Set lst = lvw.ListItems.Add(, , strGroup)
            lst.SubItems(1) = intValue
        lst.SubItems(1) = CInt(lst.SubItems(1)) + intValue
     End If
     Set lst = Nothing
End Sub

Author Comment

ID: 12442251
fantastic .it worked very well

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