Re: CListView not inserting items
On 10 Sep 2006 18:14:04 -0700, "MK" <email@example.com> wrote
cannot get the list view to show any values other than the column
int CefsmView::OnCreate(LPCREATESTRUCT lpCreateStruct)
if (CListView::OnCreate(lpCreateStruct) == -1)
// Setup the columns
CHeaderCtrl * hc = mobjListCtrl.GetHeaderCtrl();
This isn't related, but why are you getting the header control instead
of just using CListCtrl::InsertColumn()?
void CefsmView::Populate(const CString & sItemName)
// sItemName is being passed into the method ok
You just deleted all of the columns that you so carefully inserted via
Cefsm::OnCreate(). If you have no columns, no items will be
displayed. Check your Reset function:
Why are you deleting the columns?
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