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How to select a row in Listview

Posted on 2006-06-14
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I add a new record to a database as following,
objData.SQL = "usp_InsertCustomer"
objData.InitializeCommand()
'Add the Parameters to the Parameters collection
objData.AddParameter("@Customerid",Data.OleDb.OleDbType.Guid, 16, Guid.NewGuid())
objData.AddParameter("@Firstnamecontact", Data.OleDb.OleDbType.VarChar, 50, txtContactFirstnamecontact.Text)
........

Then fill a Listview, how can I select(highlight) the record I just add? thank you for your help.
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ListView1.Items(Index).Selected = True

This is how you select an item, but when you "add" an item, you can get it returned:


dim item as new ListViewItem

item = ListView1.Items.Add(...
item.Selected=true
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