Microsoft Treeview Control Version 6.0

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The problem is the following: given Windows 7 x64, Microsoft Office 2010 x64 and MSCOMCTL.OCX v6.1.98.34 (which was registered with the help of regsvr32 in the folder SysWOW64), I can't use the TreeView (MsComCtlLib.TreeCtrl.2 class) present in some forms of the database. Every time the code approaches any TreeView's (read, Node's) property, I. Mainstream Support for Microsoft Visual Basic 6.0 ended on March 31, 2005. However, we are releasing this non-security related package because it contains improvements that were ready for release just prior to the end of Mainstream Support. Microsoft Visual Basic 6.0 has transitioned to Extended Support which runs through March 31, 2008.

It is most commonly used in Microsoft Access, Microsoft Excel, and Microsoft Word. SharePoint List control The list view in SharePoint Technology isn’t available in 64-bit version of Office. Followed by: ActiveX controls library, ComCtl - Any solutions using these controls don’t work. No good alternatives are available for some of these. Hello PerryBeatty, I would guess that your version of Office 2013 is 64 bit. The ListView 6.0 control is a 32 bit library. As far as I know, Microsoft has not created nor intends to create a 64 bit version of this control.

Numerous properties for the TreeView
Microsoft Treeview Control Version 6.0control and for Node objects define the appearance of the tree and give access to nodes within the tree. You can use many of these properties to navigate through a TreeView, as follows:
  • Child Returns a reference to the first child of a node. The Child property can be used to set a reference to a node:
    Dim objNode as Node
    objNode = TreeView1.Nodes(1).Child

    This sets objNode equal to the first child of the node with index 1. Operations can also be performed directly on the reference to the child:
    TreeView1.Nodes(1).Child.Text = 'This is the first child.'
    This changes the text for the first child node of node 1.

  • FirstSibling Returns a reference to the first sibling of the specified node. FirstSibling is a node at the same level as the specified node.

  • LastSibling Returns a reference to the last sibling of the specified node. LastSibling is a node at the same level as the specified node.

  • Parent Returns a reference to the parent of the specified node.

  • Next Identifies the node immediately following the specified node in the hierarchy.

  • Previous Identifies the node immediately preceding the specified node in the hierarchy.

  • Root Provides the root node, or top-level node, in the tree for the specified node.

  • SelectedItem Returns a reference to the node currently selected in the TreeView control.

  • Nodes Returns a reference to the entire Nodes Collection for the TreeView.

You can also use the following additional properties to control the behavior and appearance of the TreeView:

  • Children Returns the total number of child nodes for a given node.

  • Selected A True or False value indicating whether a particular node is selected.

  • Expanded A True or False value indicating whether a particular node is expanded (that is, its child nodes are visible).

  • FullPath Returns a string value depicting the entire path from the root to the current node. The full path is made up of the concatenated text values of all the nodes from the root, separated by the character specified by PathSeparator property.

  • PathSeparator Identifies the character used as a separator in the FullPath property.

  • LineStyle Determines the appearance of the lines that connect nodes in a tree. LineStyle can have two values 0 (tvwTreeLines) and 1 (tvwRootLines). If LineStyle is 0, there will be lines connecting parents to children and children to each other. If LineStyle is 1, there will also be lines connecting the root nodes.

  • Sorted A True or False value for the TreeView. If Sorted is True, the root nodes will be sorted alphabetically by the Text property of each node. Child nodes will also be sorted alphabetically within each parent. If Sorted is False, the nodes in the TreeView will not be sorted.
    When the Sorted property is set to True, the nodes that already exist in the TreeView will be sorted. If any additional nodes are added, they will not be sorted into the existing nodes.
    The Sorted property will have to be set to True again for these new nodes to appear in sorted order.

Treeview Control topics

  • TreeView Properties
  • TreeView Events.

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Microsoft TreeView Control 6.0[message #391800]Fri, 13 March 2009 10:04
chrisvelarde
Messages: 5
Registered: March 2009
I'd like to implement a treeview control with checkboxes in every node using Microsoft TreeView Control 6.0 in Forms 6i. I already did the following steps:
1. Download and register OCX (regsvr32 C:windowssystem32comctl32.ocx)
2. Draw OCX control on form.
3. Right click on OCX control and Insert Object 'Microsoft TreeView Control 6.0'
4. Import OLE Library Interfaces 'MSComctlLib.TreeCtrl.2'
5. Set Data Block Single Record to YES
6. Set OLE Class of Listview control to 'MSComctlLib.TreeCtrl.2'
7. Rename treeview control to 'ACX_TREE' and Data Block to 'BLK_CONTROLS'
Now I need to populate the treeview adding code to the 'WHEN_NEW_FORM_INSTANCE' Trigger, but I don´t see how.
Does someone know how to do this and/or a place where I can find a working example?
Re: Microsoft TreeView Control 6.0[message #391960 is a reply to message #391800]Sun, 15 March 2009 02:38
chrisvelarde
Messages: 5
Registered: March 2009
I found the solution,
First you have to make sure that there is no other item in the TreeView's block, so I renamed the block to 'BLK_TREE'.
Then you add the code to the 'WHEN_NEW_FORM_INSTANCE' Trigger.
The following lines show an example code, that crates statically one root node and 3 child nodes:
Enjoy

[Updated on: Sun, 15 March 2009 02:40]

Re: Microsoft TreeView Control 6.0[message #579842 is a reply to message #391960]Sat, 16 March 2013 01:03
himacsoft
Messages: 14
Registered: May 2011
Dear Sir,
I am in truble while iam developing this program so, Kindly send the fmb file for the same. Thanking you.

[Updated on: Sat, 16 March 2013 01:18]

Re: Microsoft TreeView Control 6.0[message #579870 is a reply to message #579842]Sat, 16 March 2013 05:02
chrisvelarde
Messages: 5
Registered: March 2009
Don't have the file anymore, but this may help:
Make sure you have imported all of the following package bodies and specifications:
MSComctlLib_ItreeView
MSComctlLib_Inodes
MSComctlLib_Inode
MSComctlLib_TreeCtrl_2_EVENTS
MSComctlLib_CONSTANTS (only specification)
The Treeview object manages three different types of objects, which have the following hierarchy:
1. The TreeView itself (The package MSComctlLib_ItreeView contains its respective functions and procedures)
2. A 'tree' or node collection (The package MSComctlLib_Inodes contains its respective functions and procedures)
3. Nodes (The package MSComctlLib_Inode contains its respective functions and procedures)
The Nodes are contained in a Node Collection and Node Collections can be displayed in a TreeView.
The package MSComctlLib_CONSTANTS gives a good reference about the values of each treeview-property.
If you could be a little more specific about your trouble, perhaps we may shoot it.
Re: Microsoft TreeView Control 6.0[message #579878 is a reply to message #579870]Sat, 16 March 2013 07:13
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download this fmb and enjoy
mughal
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