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Adding item to List Ctrl which is made in splitter contrl

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I am making a SDI application in that i have used splitter control in that splitter contol i have made a  list control using this code
CListCtrl& lc = GetListCtrl();
lc.ModifyStyle(0,LVS_REPORT);
lc.InsertColumn(0, _T("Name"), LVCFMT_LEFT,50);
LVCOLUMN col;
col.mask = LVCF_FMT | LVCF_TEXT;
col.pszText = _T("Monitor Type");
col.fmt = LVCFMT_LEFT;
lc.InsertColumn(1, &col);
lc.SetColumnWidth(1,150);
lc.InsertColumn(2, _T("Host(Url)"), LVCFMT_LEFT,150);

In my application when i click a toolbar button a dialog box opens up and the user has to fill the value in that dialog boxes columns and when the user will press the save button then those values will be saved in previous list control

Now the prolem is i am calling object of that list ctrl class in my dialog boxes class its giving an error degub assertion failed when i run the program
and when i use dialog variables in list ctrl class it does not add up the values to list ctrl
how to do it

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by:mahesh1402
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Can you post some code regarding how you are calling object of listctrl class ....
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by:ddipro
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i making a object of list view class in its own class like this
extern CSplitterWndTestView6 *obj;

assinging it with this pointer
obj= this;

then definig the same pointer in dialog box class
CSplitterWndTestView6 *object;

and then adiing object like this
obj->lc.InsertItem(0,strName);
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and have you traced at which like exactly you are getting assertion failure by debugging or may be by putting messageboxes in between. ?

-MAHESH
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by:ddipro
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ya i have debugged it
its coming at
obj->lc.InserItem(0,strName);
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mahesh1402 earned 500 total points
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I suspect your dialog window and listcontrol is not FULLY created when you are trying to add items to your control..

you may check with IsWindow function if window/control is fully ceated..

like this :

if(IsWindow(obj->lc.m_hWnd))
   obj->lc.InserItem(0,strName);

Otherwise try adding item on some button click and check if you are getting assertion or not...

-MAHESH
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by:ddipro
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i have added ur line of code
and it never goes inside if statement and secondly i have tried from new button also but the same problem is occuring
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