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I've created an application in VB.Net consisting of a couple of forms with listboxes and listviews showing lists of procedures and tables in a database. It works fine in debug mode in Visual Studio - I get no exceptions. But when I compile it and open the .exe it throws an exception when the second form opens, saying one of the parameter values is incorrect.

I have a line of code referencing the fifth subitem of a listitem in a listview:

.SubItems(5).Text = vbNullString

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The error message is "InvalidArgument=Value of '5' is not valid for 'index'". But there are 5 subitems in the listview so what's wrong with it?
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Carl Tawn earned 500 total points
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Where in your form does that line of code live? It could be an initialization issue, where you are trying to access a subitem before they have all been loaded.

Daft question, but worth checking - do you definitely have 5 subitems, rather than 1 top-level item with 4 subitems?
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by:TimHudspith
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Yes, an initialisation issue. I subclassed the listview, and in that class I had an event that referenced the 5th subitem. I was instantiating this class before I had added in the listitems and subitems - with hindsight something I should have done as part of its constructor.

Still wondering why the debugger passed over it.
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