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Hi,

I have around 20,000 records in a text file. Each line contains something like the following:

   Microwave Ovens\Samsung\FC139STFC\20050809091926296_1.Precaution.pdf
   Microwave Ovens\LG\MS6682NL\Exploded_view.pdf
   Microwave Ovens\LG\Ms324sce Ms325sce\Parts Lists\MS325SCE.csv

   Each of the above is followed by comma delimited date, time, filesize etc

  I need to create Parent/Child nodes in a Treeview using this info. For example,

     Microwave Ovens
       \Samsung
       \FC139STFC
           
   Then populate a Listview with the filename i.e 20050809091926296_1.Precaution.pdf  

   Does anyone have some sample code that demonstrates this, please.

Thanks.

TJ
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by:Mike Tomlinson
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It's fairly straight forward to do this but I don't know how practical it would be as I'm not sure a TreeView can handle that many nodes.  At the very least it would certainly be tedious for a human to have to filter thru that many records...
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by:tvtech
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If you have some source code, by all means please post it, as I can always mod the code later to import the text file into a MDB. Humans don't need to filter the data, as a search facility will be added later. The main thing is to make it work.

Thanks.

TJ
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Mike Tomlinson earned 2000 total points
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Here's the gist of it...

Option Explicit

Private Sub Form_Load()
    On Error Resume Next
   
    Dim ff As Integer
    Dim fileName As String
    Dim inputLine As String
    Dim values As Variant
    Dim nodes As Variant
    Dim Node As String
    Dim i As Integer
    Dim n As Node
    Dim parentN As Node
   
    ff = FreeFile
    fileName = "c:\someFile.txt"
    Open fileName For Input As #ff
    While Not EOF(ff)
        Line Input #ff, inputLine
        values = Split(inputLine, ",")
        nodes = Split(values(0), "\")
       
        Set parentN = Nothing
        For i = 0 To UBound(nodes)
            If i < UBound(nodes) Then
                Set n = Nothing
                Set n = TreeView1.nodes(nodes(i))
                If n Is Nothing Then
                    If parentN Is Nothing Then
                        Set n = TreeView1.nodes.Add(, , nodes(i), nodes(i))
                    Else
                        Set n = TreeView1.nodes.Add(parentN, tvwChild, nodes(i), nodes(i))
                    End If
                End If
                Set parentN = n
            Else
                parentN.Tag = nodes(i)
            End If
        Next i
    Wend
    Close #ff
End Sub

Private Sub TreeView1_NodeClick(ByVal Node As MSComctlLib.Node)
    If Node.Tag <> "" Then
        Debug.Print Node.Tag
    End If
End Sub
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by:tvtech
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Idle_Mind, nice work. Many thanks.

TJ
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