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    Would like to convert Few VBA-Excel subroutines to VB.Net19

    Hello

    Basically i wanted to convert the following VBA-Excel codes to VB.Net19
    The object in VBA excel is Listbox and unfortunately there is no listview Object in VBA Excel
    As i got stuck For viewing Each Group/Item(s) with its Selected Items/Subitems in Listview

    VBA-Excel Code
    Code:
    Option Explicit
    
    Dim lngcount As Long, iCount As Long, CurRec As Long, j As Long
    Dim Recordset As Boolean
    Dim myList As New Collection
    
    Private Sub UserForm_Initialize()
    
        Dim myarray
        Dim lstRow As Long
    
        With listBox1
            .ColumnCount = 3  
            .ListStyle = fmListStyleOption
            .MultiSelect = fmMultiSelectMulti
            .ColumnWidths = "55,70,80"  
             lstRow = Worksheets("Sheet2").Cells(Rows.Count, 2).End(xlUp).Row
             myarray = Worksheets("Sheet2").Range("B3:D" & lstRow).Value   
            .List = myarray
        End With
    
        CurRec = 1
    
    
    End Sub
    
    Private Sub cmbGroup_Change()
    
        Dim myarray
        Dim lstRow As Long
        Recordset = False
        
    Dim myRanges As Range
    Set myRanges = Sheets("Sheet2").Range("B3:D10")
    
    Dim idx As Long
    
    idx = cmbGroup.ListIndex
    If idx <> -1 Then
    txtGroup.Text = Worksheets("Sheet1").Range("B" & idx + 3).Value
    
    End If
    End Sub
    
    Private Sub txtGroup_Change()
        Dim sCount As Long, lstRow As Long
        Dim rngSource
        Dim mySelections
        Dim i As Long, j As Long
    
        Recordset = False
        With Sheets("Sheet2")  'Sheets("Sheet1")
            .Activate
            'lstRow = .Cells(Rows.Count, 1).End(xlUp).Row
            lstRow = .Cells(Rows.Count, 2).End(xlUp).Row
            rngSource = .Range("B3:D" & lstRow).Value   
        End With
    
        If Not txtTrial.Text = "" Then
            For sCount = listBox1.ListCount - 1 To 0 Step -1
                If InStr(1, LCase(listBox1.List(sCount, 0)), LCase(txtTrial.Text)) = 0 Then
                    listBox1.RemoveItem sCount
                End If
            Next sCount
        Else
            listBox1.List = rngSource
        End If
    
    
    End Sub
    
    
    Private Sub cmdSelectAdd_Click()
     AppendRec True
    End Sub
    
    
    Sub AppendRec(sAdd As Boolean)
     
     Dim myItem As Collection, blnSelected As Boolean  ',icount As Long,
     Dim i As Long
     Dim noneSelectCount As Integer
     blnSelected = False
     Set myItem = New Collection
     noneSelectCount = listBox1.ListCount    'newy entered
      
     lngcount = 0
     For iCount = 0 To listBox1.ListCount - 1
         If listBox1.Selected(iCount) Then
             blnSelected = True
             myItem.Add Array(listBox1.List(iCount, 0), listBox1.List(iCount, 1), listBox1.List(iCount, 2))
             lngcount = lngcount + 1
         End If
       Next iCount
    
     
     Select Case sAdd
        Case True
            If blnSelected Then
               myList.Add myItem
             Else
               myItem.Add Array(listBox1.List(0, 0), listBox1.List(0, 1), listBox1.List(0, 2))
               myList.Add myItem
               lngcount = lngcount + 1
     End If
             List_Current_Display (CurRec)
    End Select
    
    End Sub
    
    Public Sub List_Current_Display(selItemsCount As Long)
        Dim checkItem As Long, intItem As Long
        Dim Newarray()
        Dim myItem As Collection
        Recordset = True
        listBox1.Clear
        On Local Error GoTo errlcl
    
        ReDim Preserve Newarray(1 To myList(selItemsCount).Count, 1 To 3) 
        For checkItem = 1 To myList(selItemsCount).Count
            For intItem = 1 To 3  '
                Newarray(checkItem, intItem) = myList(selItemsCount).Item(checkItem)(intItem - 1)
            Next
        Next
        
        listBox1.List = Newarray
    
    errlcl:     Resume Next
    
    End Sub
    
    Private Sub cmndNext_Click()
        If CurRec < 20 Then
           CurRec = CurRec + 1
           List_Current_Display (CurRec)
        End If
    End Sub
    Well the below is the brief Explanation of above subroutines of VBA-Excel
    1. Publicly defined variables with Option Explicit

    2. Uf_Initiliaze - Form being Loaded with Listbox

    3. ComboBox as cmbGroup to Select Group which displays its respective items in Listbox with help of TextBox_Change Event ie txtGrop_Change

    4. cmdSelectAdd_Click -> Command button to Select items calling subroutine AppendRec(True) where Each Group Entered with SELECTED List of Respective Group Items
    so basically For Eg. Group Selected is "Things" its Selected Items/Subitems could be Laptop Mobiles and Headphones out of the "Things"Full List
    Group Selected is "Fruits" its Selected Items/Subitems could be Banana and kiwi out of the "Fruits" Group List

    5. List_Current_Display(curRec) -> to display the Selected items Preserved in Array of Above Gropups "Things", "Fruits" etc ie to display Selected List of Each Group

    6. cmndNext_Click -> Command button to Display the next Current(Record) of Group with its Selected List of Items


    The below displays the Selected for One Group only as per thread 892479
    What if i had to incorporate the above VBA AppendRec(True) Subrotine in below Sub-Routine of VB.Net19. So how do i go about it ?

    VB.19 Code for SelectedItems for a Single Group
    Code:
    Private Sub CmdAddSelectedItems_Click(sender As Object, e As EventArgs) Handles CmdAddSelectedItems.Click
    
        Dim items as New List(of ListViewItem)
    
        For selItemsCount As Integer = 0 To ListView1.Items.Count - 1
           If ListView1.Items(selItemsCount).Checked = True Then
                  items.Add(New ListViewItem(ListView1.Items(selItemsCount).SubItems().Cast(Of ListViewItem.ListViewSubItem).Select(Function(s) s.Text).ToArray))
                    
            End If
        Next
    
        ListView1.Items.Clear
        ListView1.Items.AddRange(items.ToArray)
    End Sub
    If i could be assisted in converting Excel VBA above Coding specially List_current_Display(curRec) and AppendRec(true) to VB.Net 19.

    A straight forward request : Don't allow me to post replies for the Syntax Errors

    Thanks

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    Re: Would like to convert Few VBA-Excel subroutines to VB.Net19

    In short you're asking others to rewrite your vba code in vb.net? Good luck, unless you have any specific questions.

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    In short you're asking others to rewrite your vba code in vb.net? Good luck, unless you have any specific questions.
    Specifically i've asked for the help of Coverting only two sub-routines.
    For me to send the VBA code was to see the effect on .xlsm macro enabled XL-file and come up with similar on vb.net

    Frankly speaking I Got stuck at the incorporation of Arrays with VS-2019 syntaxes

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    Thanks for the reference. Let me give it a try and revert back.

    By the way where does one see the result of Console.Writeline and Console.Readkey ?

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    There should be an output window in your IDE.

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    Peter Swinkels
    https://www.tutorialspoint.com/vb.net/vb.net_arrays.htm

    Also i went with below links for basic examples. very well represnted explained with result outputs
    https://www.dotnetperls.com/array-vbnet
    https://www.dotnetperls.com/arraylist-vbnet
    Let me give it a try and revert back.
    Unfortunately i am completely stuck. Although i went through the above Link for basic Array Examples.

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    I'm not familiar with how listboxes work in Excel. It's clearly different from what they do in .NET. It looks like they are more of a datatable in that they can have multiple columns. That makes me think there isn't a direct conversion of the AppendRec method. Instead, there's more like an equivalent conversion.

    What is myItem in that VBA code? A collection might look like a list, but in this case, it seems that what is in each slot is a somewhat more complicated object. Not being familiar with some of the methods used, and not being willing to look them up, it appears that what ends up in myItem is essentially a table with two columns and some number of rows, though it also appears that the first column may be nothing at all, so perhaps it's just a series of items.

    Then there's myList, which is another collection. Does it hold multiple collections? To what end? A List(of List(of T)) seems like what myList is, but using such a thing is rarely the right thing to do.

    I can see what the code is doing, but I'm not clear what is in myItem, as it is dependent on the layout of that multi-column listbox. It holds some number of triplets of values, and perhaps that's all. Triplets of values sounds like a class, to me. Is there some reason why they shouldn't be? If they can be, then myItem would just be a List of that class.
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    @Sam

    why does it have to be a Listview?
    As I have shown you before the way to go is to use OLEDB

    Code:
    Option Strict On
    
    
    Public Class Form1
    
    
    
        Public Function ExcelOleDb(ByVal strTextPath As String, _
        ByVal sSQL As String) As System.Data.DataTable
            Dim con As New System.Data.OleDb.OleDbConnection
            Dim myCmd As New System.Data.OleDb.OleDbCommand
            Dim myadp As New System.Data.OleDb.OleDbDataAdapter
            Dim mydt As New System.Data.DataTable
            With con
                .ConnectionString = "provider=microsoft.ACE.OLEDB.12.0;"
                .ConnectionString &= "data source=" & strTextPath & ";"
                .ConnectionString &= "Extended Properties = ""Excel 12.0 XML"";"
            End With
            With myCmd
                .Connection = con
                .CommandType = CommandType.Text
                .CommandText = sSQL
            End With
            With myadp
                .SelectCommand = myCmd
                Try
                    .Fill(mydt)
                Catch ex As Exception
                    MessageBox.Show(ex.Message)
                End Try
            End With
            Return (mydt)
        End Function
    
        Private Sub Button1_Click(sender As System.Object, e As System.EventArgs) Handles Button1.Click
            'Sample.1) select all:
            DataGridView1.DataSource = ExcelOleDb("E:\TestFolder\excelFilter.xlsx", "SELECT * FROM [Sheet1$]")
            '###############################
            'Sample.2) select Range: A1:C4 and show in Datagridview
            'DataGridView1.DataSource = ExcelOleDb("E:\TestFolder\excelFilter.xlsx", "SELECT * FROM [Sheet1$A1:C4]")
            '################################
    
            'Fill the ComboBox with Distinct Product names
            ComboBox1.DataSource = ExcelOleDb("E:\TestFolder\excelFilter.xlsx", "SELECT Distinct Product FROM [Sheet1$A:A]")
            ComboBox1.DisplayMember = "Product"
    
    
        End Sub
    
        Private Sub Button2_Click(sender As System.Object, e As System.EventArgs) Handles Button2.Click
            'Sample.3) Filter Data with Combobox and show in Datagridview
            DataGridView1.DataSource = ExcelOleDb("E:\TestFolder\excelFilter.xlsx", "SELECT * From [Sheet1$] Where Product Like '" & ComboBox1.Text & "'")
        End Sub
    
    
    End Class
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    Shaggy Hiker Sir,
    I'm not familiar with how listboxes work in Excel. It's clearly different from what they do in .NET. It looks like they are more of a datatable in that they can have multiple columns.
    Listbox and many other common objects in VBA are having limited features. and are not the similar as in VB6 upto vb.net19
    One creates a Listbox as Datatable by adding columns if not mistaken not more than 10 columns are created in Listbox.

    That makes me think there isn't a direct conversion of the AppendRec method. Instead, there's more like an equivalent conversion
    AppendRec Sub-rotuine was to Create Array of Arrays and was to save the array of Each Group Selected Items Displayed in Listbox1

    What is myItem in that VBA code? A collection might look like a list, but in this case, it seems that what is in each slot is a somewhat more complicated object.
    Sir, Please Relax. It is not all complicated if you just copy the VBA code in your Xl-file Create the .xlsm File by adding the userform, Combobox, Listbox and 2 command Buttons. ie Save Button and Next button
    and Sheet1 with data as per the mentioned range in #1

    I strongly feel that for this case please create above .xlsm file and get a feel of VBA-Excel Enviornment. Many Doubts would be cleared on the questions you have asked and the results i want to achieve.

    it is just that VBA-Excel Simple Userform object Listbox has only given a simple challenge to VB.Net 19's quite sophisticated Listview object


    ie VBA's Listbox asking to vb.net19s Listview

    Sir, Can you hold the records of my Friend combobox Clicked: Goup value and with my Selected stored Items as per my style and Function

    myList and myItem are defined as New Collection.
    Probably you are getting confused between Item of Listview and Defined myItem of Listbox

    Chris dear
    Both of us are in Fencing mode. You pushing me towards OLED and DGV and me defending myself for not shifting to OLED and DGV. Boss, I've not used any time of OLED. This will take time for me to understand. Please forgive me at present and just for time being. I shall personally message you when I will begin a project using DGV with OLED....FYI Even i've not used MS-Access for anytype of working.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SamDsouza View Post
    Chris dear
    Both of us are in Fencing mode. You pushing me towards OLED and DGV and me defending myself for not shifting to OLED and DGV. Boss, I've not used any time of OLED. This will take time for me to understand. Please forgive me at present and just for time being. I shall personally message you when I will begin a project using DGV with OLED....FYI Even i've not used MS-Access for anytype of working.

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    OK
    good luck
    to hunt a species to extinction is not logical !
    since 2010 the number of Tigers are rising again in 2016 - 3900 were counted. with Baby Callas it's 3901, my wife and I had 2-3 months the privilege of raising a Baby Tiger.

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    I think that's my response, as well. You want to migrate from VBA, but only by using VBA-like parts in VB.NET. There are not all that many of those, and they don't always work very well. Why bother moving from VBA in the first place if you don't want to move from VBA?

    On the other hand, I was amused that you suggest that I set up a VBA project to learn that stuff, and in the same post said you weren't interested in learning ADO.NET and the use of one particular control, both of which would do what you want more easily than the contorted fashion that you are attempting.
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    Sir,
    I think that's my response, as well. You want to migrate from VBA, but only by using VBA-like parts in VB.NET. There are not all that many of those, and they don't always work very well. Why bother moving from VBA in the first place if you don't want to move from VBA?
    Infact i am really eager to move from VBA to VB.net19.

    On the other hand, I was amused that you suggest that I set up a VBA project to learn that stuff, and in the same post said you weren't interested in learning ADO.NET and the use of one particular control, both of which would do what you want more easily than the contorted fashion that you are attempting.
    My purpose here was to see the effects on ListBox of Userform with VBA coding and if the same thing could be achieved through Listview Object of VB.Net
    Fortunately or Unfortunately i started this project with Keeping in my mind with Listview object. I found Listview object much much better with very good options of its properties.

    I was and still asking for help.

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    As per your post #9 Can i use Listview1 instead of DGV ?
    if yes, Can the Listview work as per the VBA coding of .XLSM File and the XL-Template execution

    Started this project with Listview because never explored on DGV. The reason if i re-start the project with DGV then similar type of threads could be raised for basics of DGV(not sure as of now) as i raised few threads in this forum for Listview.
    To replica this project in VB.net was to have altogether different Feel with beautfiul features against the very limited features of VBA-Excel.

    Lastly
    can we REDIM PRESERVE the below syntaxes marked in Red Following as per #1
    if yes then How ?

    Code:
    Private Sub CmdAddSelectedItems_Click(sender As Object, e As EventArgs) Handles CmdAddSelectedItems.Click
        Dim items as New List(of ListViewItem)
    
        For selItemsCount As Integer = 0 To ListView1.Items.Count - 1
           If ListView1.Items(selItemsCount).Checked = True Then
                  items.Add(New ListViewItem(ListView1.Items(selItemsCount).SubItems().Cast(Of ListViewItem.ListViewSubItem).Select(Function(s) s.Text).ToArray))
                    
            End If
        Next
    
        ListView1.Items.Clear
        ListView1.Items.AddRange(items.ToArray)
    End Sub
    Unfortunately going Crazy

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    Re: Would like to convert Few VBA-Excel subroutines to VB.Net19

    The DGV is ideal for displaying data. The ListView is not as versatile. You’re barking up the wrong tree…

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    @Sam

    like Paul said, the DGV is the better option.

    what are you filling anyway from the Excel sheet?
    Code:
    Private Sub CmdAddSelectedItems_Click(sender As Object, e As EventArgs) Handles CmdAddSelectedItems.Click
        Dim items as New List(of ListViewItem)
    
        For selItemsCount As Integer = 0 To ListView1.Items.Count - 1
           If ListView1.Items(selItemsCount).Checked = True Then
                  items.Add(New ListViewItem(ListView1.Items(selItemsCount).SubItems().Cast(Of ListViewItem.ListViewSubItem).Select(Function(s) s.Text).ToArray))
                    
            End If
        Next
    
        ListView1.Items.Clear
        ListView1.Items.AddRange(items.ToArray)
    End Sub
    you say..
    Infact i am really eager to move from VBA to VB.net19.
    perhaps it is a good time to step away from Excel and use a Database?
    it seems you want to use Excel as a Database which isn't really a good idea.
    to hunt a species to extinction is not logical !
    since 2010 the number of Tigers are rising again in 2016 - 3900 were counted. with Baby Callas it's 3901, my wife and I had 2-3 months the privilege of raising a Baby Tiger.

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    The DGV is ideal for displaying data. The ListView is not as versatile. You’re barking up the wrong tree…
    OK

    perhaps it is a good time to step away from Excel and use a Database?
    it seems you want to use Excel as a Database which isn't really a good idea.
    Fortunately or unfortunately I've not used SQL nor MS-Access. I've just opened MS-Access on 1 or 2 times but did not explore the same. Not even data entered in Access
    I don't know even how SQL looks like. Most of the time Results derived was out of VBA.
    Code:
    Products	Name	 Qty
    Fruits	       Apple     20
    Fruits	       Banana    40
    Fruits	       Kiwi	 60
    Fruits	       Oranges   30
    Fruits	       Mangoes   40
    Things	       Laptop    12
    Things	       Mobile    100
    Things	       HeadPhones 23
    for the above Combobox displays the Following Products
    clicking on the Products in VBA Displays the List with Fruits and Lists and the LISTBOX respective items of Fruits if selected or Things if selected
    LISTBOX displays all the items wrt fruits or things
    then selection is made either all selected or 2 or 1 and ADD them to array as per AppendRec

    for eg
    I select for Fruits First all Items are displayed
    then from Fruits I select Apple and Kiwi Select, Add and Store in Array
    Then from Things I select Mobile and Headphones Select, Add and Store in Array

    By clicking Next button
    Listbox Will display items as 1st Record of Fruits with ONLY Apple and Kiwi
    then 2nd record of Things shall only display Mobile and Headphones

    With above logic wanted to transfer to Listview.

    So wanted to know NOW with DGV will it be possible to have the same effect. if yes then how?
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    Fortunately or unfortunately I've not used SQL nor MS-Access. I've just opened MS-Access on 1 or 2 times but did not explore the same. Not even data entered in Access
    I don't know even how SQL looks like. Most of the time Results derived was out of VBA.
    this is a good place to start then learning SQL....
    https://www.w3schools.com/sql/


    here a sample with Image, I created a new Sheet for this named Sheet2
    Code:
     Private Sub Button1_Click(sender As System.Object, e As System.EventArgs) Handles Button1.Click
    
    
            ''Fill the ComboBox with Product names
            ComboBox1.DataSource = ExcelOleDb("E:\TestFolder\excelFilter.xlsx", "SELECT Products,[Name] FROM [Sheet2$A:B] Where Products='Fruits'")
            ComboBox1.DisplayMember = "Name"
    
    
         
        End Sub
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    ChrisE
    I get the following
    The'microsoft.ACE.OLEDB.12.0' provider is not registered on local Machine
    Also tried with OLEDB 15 get below error
    The'microsoft.ACE.OLEDB.15.0' provider is not registered on local Machine


    FYI i RIGHT-CLICKED on Solution Explorer ----> Configuration Manager--------> Selected x86 on On Active Selection platform
    but could not succeed
    Where i can get to download the driver
    Using Windows 10 MS-Excel 2013 32 Bit
    to avoid the following errors
    The'microsoft.ACE.OLEDB.12.0' provider is not registered on local Machine
    or
    The'microsoft.ACE.OLEDB.12.0' provider is not registered on local Machine

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    @Sam

    well I am not here to Breastfeed, did you lookup what that means
    The'microsoft.ACE.OLEDB.12.0' provider is not registered on local Machine
    it would be like me asking....where can I buy the best crossiants in Paris...
    I'll let Sam look or just wait for somebody else looking

    and you have to decide which way you want to proceed..
    a) continue with Excel
    b) start using a Database..(Access, SQL_Server...etc....)
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    i dont know how am i posting the current msg as i've got severe pain on my left shoulder and arm : cervical slipdisk and left fingers r numb
    currently on complete bed rest.

    SamD
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