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Old October 22nd, 2004, 11:00 AM
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Default ListBoxes problems

This may sound a little weird, even a little embarrassing.
In a web form I have two list boxes that act as a grid to grid control. You select a couple of items from the left control push a button and they get moved to the second control. I said MOVED not copied. The way it's done I iterate through the items using foreach loop if the ITEM is selected then I take that Item and I ADD IT to the second listbox, then I remove it from the first simple ain’t it?

Here is the problem, when I select the last Item and then I move it to the other list the first Item on the list gets moved not the one I selected. Visually the first item is not highlighted meaning it is not selected, but when I run through a debug session I see that it’s Selected attribute is set to true! There are other weird selection issues as well but I won’t get into much detail. The bottom line they all exhibit the same behavior.

I do have another control that has the very same logic that does not cause such a problem. Has anybody experience or even heard of something similar? Do I point finger at .NET or I am missing something in my code?

Thanks guys.


 
Old October 25th, 2004, 10:48 AM
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Found it! I thought sharing this discovery with you since nobody took on the challenge to find it :-).

Item values should be unique. If two Items have the same value the problem will reproduce constantly. My first intuition was right, "Point finger at Microsoft". I knew this .Net Business is too good to be true, can't even make sure that a stupid listbox is working adequately.

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