Copy an item to new location


Copying an item is simple but Ive listed a function for copying anyway. This function is used by other functions discussed later and it also contains a component that we often forget - extensibility. At the end of the function, the OnItemCopied() function is called to give the derived class the oppurtunity to update any internal information.
 
// CopyItem             - Copies an item to a new location
// Returns              - Handle of the new item
// hItem                - Item to be copied
// htiNewParent         - Handle of the parent for new item
// htiAfter             - Item after which the new item should be created
HTREEITEM CTreeCtrlX::CopyItem( HTREEITEM hItem, HTREEITEM htiNewParent, 
                                        HTREEITEM htiAfter /*= TVI_LAST*/ )
{
        TV_INSERTSTRUCT         tvstruct;
        HTREEITEM                       hNewItem;
        CString                         sText;

        // get information of the source item
        tvstruct.item.hItem = hItem;
        tvstruct.item.mask = TVIF_CHILDREN | TVIF_HANDLE | 
                                TVIF_IMAGE | TVIF_SELECTEDIMAGE;
        GetItem(&tvstruct.item);  
        sText = GetItemText( hItem );
        
        tvstruct.item.cchTextMax = sText.GetLength();
        tvstruct.item.pszText = sText.LockBuffer();

        // Insert the item at proper location
        tvstruct.hParent = htiNewParent;
        tvstruct.hInsertAfter = htiAfter;
        tvstruct.item.mask = TVIF_IMAGE | TVIF_SELECTEDIMAGE | TVIF_TEXT;
        hNewItem = InsertItem(&tvstruct);
        sText.ReleaseBuffer();

        // Now copy item data and item state.
        SetItemData( hNewItem, GetItemData( hItem ));
        SetItemState( hNewItem, GetItemState( hItem, TVIS_STATEIMAGEMASK ), 
                                                        TVIS_STATEIMAGEMASK );

        // Call virtual function to allow further processing in derived class
        OnItemCopied( hItem, hNewItem );

        return hNewItem;
}

void CTreeCtrlX::OnItemCopied(HTREEITEM /*hItem*/, HTREEITEM /*hNewItem*/ )
{
        // Virtual function 
}


In the class declaration add the following.

public:
        HTREEITEM CopyItem( HTREEITEM hItem, HTREEITEM htiNewParent, 
                                        HTREEITEM htiAfter = TVI_LAST );

protected:
        virtual void OnItemCopied( HTREEITEM hItem, HTREEITEM hNewItem );




Comments

  • Copy to last node in the tree fails

    Posted by Legacy on 07/31/1999 12:00am

    Originally posted by: Lawrence Perepolkin

    Copy item does not copy to last node in the tree. If one selects a leaf node in the tree control then drags it to the last node in the tree, copy item fails to copy the item.

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  • /treeview/copy_item.shtml

    Posted by Legacy on 07/31/1999 12:00am

    Originally posted by: Lawrence Perepolkin

    Copy item does not copy to last node in the tree. If one selects a leaf node in the tree control then drags it to the last node in the tree, copy item fails to copy the item.

    Reply
  • Copy Item is really a move?

    Posted by Legacy on 07/21/1999 12:00am

    Originally posted by: Lawrence Perepolkin

    To me copy means to copy a branch to a new location. One should have two instances of the branch in the tree. The copy function does not seem to do this. What it does is moves the branch to a new location?

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  • Copy tree "as is", without collapsing it.

    Posted by Legacy on 07/16/1999 12:00am

    Originally posted by: Arnt Witteveen

    If you change the line(s):
    
    

    SetItemState( hNewItem, GetItemState( hItem, TVIS_STATEIMAGEMASK ),
    TVIS_STATEIMAGEMASK );

    to:

    SetItemState( hNewItem, GetItemState( hItem, TVIS_STATEIMAGEMASK | TVIS_EXPANDED ),
    TVIS_STATEIMAGEMASK | TVIS_EXPANDED );

    the CopyBranch() function will be copy a branch exactly like it was, with expanded items expanded (and not expanded ones not expanded ... duh).
    Maybe you can also add: TVIS_EXPANDEDONCE and/or TVIS_EXPANDPARTIAL according to your needs.

    I have not been able to copy the TVIS_SELECTED status, because this leaves both the selected item and the "hItem" selected.


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  • If using callbacks won't work

    Posted by Legacy on 11/10/1998 12:00am

    Originally posted by: John Armstrong

    //use something like
    
    

    tvstruct.item.pszText = LPSTR_TEXTCALLBACK;
    tvstruct.item.pszText = LPSTR_TEXTCALLBACK;
    tvstruct.item.iImage = I_IMAGECALLBACK;
    tvstruct.item.iSelectedImage = I_IMAGECALLBACK;
    tvstruct.item.state = INDEXTOSTATEIMAGEMASK(1);
    tvstruct.item.stateMask = TVIS_STATEIMAGEMASK;
    tvstruct.item.cChildren = I_CHILDRENCALLBACK;

    // instead of the existing code inside copyitem

    sText = Tree.GetItemText( hItem );

    tvstruct.item.cchTextMax = sText.GetLength();
    tvstruct.item.pszText = sText.LockBuffer();

    Reply
  • Re: Help

    Posted by Legacy on 11/05/1998 12:00am

    Originally posted by: Sergey

    Are you moooooooooooooron!

    Reply
  • Help

    Posted by Legacy on 10/06/1998 12:00am

    Originally posted by: Andrew Ardvark

    MOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!

    Reply
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