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Displaying updated subitems in Listview

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Hello all,

In code, I'm updating the text property of subitems in a Listview which is
in Details view. This may be a dumb question, but I can't seem to find a good
way to refresh the listview to show the changes. There is no database behind
the listview. It's just me programatically loading it up with items and

An example of how subitems are modified is:

Public MySub(lvItem as ListViewItem)

lvItem.SubItems(0).Text = "Hello"

End Sub


Displaying subitems when the listview is initially loaded is no problem at
all. The issue is when they are edited as a result of events fired during
user interaction with the application. And, I've confirmed in the debugger
that the subitem text values are changed successfully. They just aren't
displayed. Interestingly, when I fire the ResetText method on the form, the
font changes made to subitems are shown, but the text isn't updated.

I know the answer will make complete sense once it's conveyed to me, but at
this point I've tried what I think makes logical sense and thought I'd stop
killing time and ask someone who knows the answer.

Thanks in advance!

Nov 21 '05 #1
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