itemdata in Treeview?

Posted on 2004-11-01
Last Modified: 2013-12-26
I am populating a treeview control from a database field and I would like to store an index like the itemdata in listbox fo rfuture reference. What is the equivalent to that in TV?
Question by:zachvaldez
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    Hi zachvaldez,
    Since you probably are using a node object to add items to the tree, try using the node's Tag property for your itemdata

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    if ur index values are unique then u can keep index as Node key , but preceed it with a text
    that is
    '   here ":::" is used as a unique text put before ur index value
    'Also if u want to get it back just replace this ":::"
    '    Index=CLng(Replace(nd.Key,":::",""))

    Dim nd as Node
    Set nd = TreeView1.Nodes.Add(, , ":::" & Your_Index_Number , "Node_Text")


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