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I need a help on WPF ListView. I want to programmatically select a WPF listview row and have the row highlighted the way the listview row gets highlighted when I click the row.
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by:codenhack
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You could use SelectedIndex at any event you want

this.listBox.SelectedIndex = 2;
 
 
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by:narayanan_mahalingam
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It is selecting the row, but how do I get the same visual effect as happens when I click a row on the listview.
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Gautham Janardhan earned 750 total points
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you don't have to do anything for that.. Looks like your control don't have focus..

this.listBox.SelectedIndex = 2;
this.listBox.Focus();
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by:narayanan_mahalingam
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The response to the question came after a long time I posted the question.
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