ListView.Groups Property

Definition

Obtiene la colección de objetos ListViewGroup asignados al control.Gets the collection of ListViewGroup objects assigned to the control.

public:
 property System::Windows::Forms::ListViewGroupCollection ^ Groups { System::Windows::Forms::ListViewGroupCollection ^ get(); };
public System.Windows.Forms.ListViewGroupCollection Groups { get; }
member this.Groups : System.Windows.Forms.ListViewGroupCollection
Public ReadOnly Property Groups As ListViewGroupCollection

Property Value

ListViewGroupCollection

ListViewGroupCollection que contiene todos los grupos del control ListView.A ListViewGroupCollection that contains all the groups in the ListView control.

Examples

En el ejemplo de código siguiente se muestra cómo utilizar la característica de agrupación ListView para organizar los elementos por valor de subelemento en la vista de detalles.The following code example demonstrates how to use the ListView grouping feature to organize items by subitem value in the details view. Esta forma de agrupación es similar a la agrupación que se usa en el explorador de Windows.This form of grouping is similar to the grouping used in Windows Explorer. En el ejemplo, los grupos se crean dinámicamente.In the example, the groups are created dynamically. Para cada columna de subelemento, se crea un grupo para cada valor de subelemento único.For each subitem column, one group is created for each unique subitem value. En el caso de la columna elemento primario, se crea un grupo para cada letra inicial única.For the parent item column, one group is created for each unique initial letter. Al hacer clic en el encabezado de una columna, se ordenan los elementos de los grupos creados para esa columna.Clicking the header of a column sorts the items into the groups created for that column. Al hacer clic en el mismo encabezado de columna, se invierte el orden de los grupos.Clicking the same column header again reverses the order of the groups.

#using <mscorlib.dll>
#using <System.Drawing.dll>
#using <System.dll>
#using <System.Windows.Forms.dll>
using namespace System;
using namespace System::Collections; 
using namespace System::Windows::Forms;

public ref class ListViewGroupsExample : public Form
{
private:
   ListView^ myListView;
   bool isRunningXPOrLater;

   // Declare a Hashtable array in which to store the groups.
   array<Hashtable^>^ groupTables;

   // Declare a variable to store the current grouping column.
   int groupColumn;

public:
   ListViewGroupsExample()
   {
      groupColumn = 0;
      // Initialize myListView.
      myListView = gcnew ListView();
      myListView->Dock = DockStyle::Fill;
      myListView->View = View::Details;
      myListView->Sorting = SortOrder::Ascending;

      // Create and initialize column headers for myListView.
      ColumnHeader^ columnHeader0 = gcnew ColumnHeader();
      columnHeader0->Text = "Title";
      columnHeader0->Width = -1;
      ColumnHeader^ columnHeader1 = gcnew ColumnHeader();
      columnHeader1->Text = "Author";
      columnHeader1->Width = -1;
      ColumnHeader^ columnHeader2 = gcnew ColumnHeader();
      columnHeader2->Text = "Year";
      columnHeader2->Width = -1;

      // Add the column headers to myListView.

      array<ColumnHeader^>^ temp0 = {columnHeader0, columnHeader1, columnHeader2};
      myListView->Columns->AddRange(temp0);

      // Add a handler for the ColumnClick event.
      myListView->ColumnClick += 
         gcnew ColumnClickEventHandler(this, &ListViewGroupsExample::myListView_ColumnClick);

      // Create items and add them to myListView.

      array<String^>^ temp1 = {"Programming Windows", "Petzold, Charles", "1998"};
      ListViewItem^ item0 = gcnew ListViewItem( temp1 );

      array<String^>^ temp2 = {"Code: The Hidden Language of Computer Hardware and Software",
         "Petzold, Charles", "2000"};
      ListViewItem^ item1 = gcnew ListViewItem( temp2 );

      array<String^>^ temp3 = {"Programming Windows with C#", "Petzold, Charles", "2001"};
      ListViewItem^ item2 = gcnew ListViewItem( temp3 );

      array<String^>^ temp4 = {"Coding Techniques for Microsoft Visual Basic .NET",
         "Connell, John", "2001"};
      ListViewItem^ item3 = gcnew ListViewItem( temp4 );

      array<String^>^ temp5 = {"C# for Java Developers", "Jones, Allen & Freeman, Adam",
         "2002"};
      ListViewItem^ item4 = gcnew ListViewItem( temp5 );

      array<String^>^ temp6 = {"Microsoft .NET XML Web Services Step by Step",
         "Jones, Allen & Freeman, Adam", "2002"};
      ListViewItem^ item5 = gcnew ListViewItem( temp6 );

      array<ListViewItem^>^ temp7 = {item0, item1, item2, item3, item4, item5};
      myListView->Items->AddRange( temp7 );

      // Determine whether Windows XP or a later 
      // operating system is present.
      isRunningXPOrLater = false;

      if (System::Environment::OSVersion->Version->Major > 5 ||
         ( System::Environment::OSVersion->Version->Major == 5 &&
         System::Environment::OSVersion->Version->Minor >= 1) )
      {
         isRunningXPOrLater = true;
      }

      if (isRunningXPOrLater)
      {
         // Create the groupsTable array and populate it with one 
         // hash table for each column.
         groupTables = gcnew array<Hashtable^>(myListView->Columns->Count);
         for (int column = 0; column < myListView->Columns->Count; column++)
         {
            // Create a hash table containing all the groups 
            // needed for a single column.
            groupTables[column] = CreateGroupsTable(column);
         }

         // Start with the groups created for the Title column.
         SetGroups(0);
      }

      // Initialize the form.
      this->Controls->Add(myListView);
      this->Size = System::Drawing::Size(550, 330);
      this->Text = "ListView Groups Example";
   }

   // Groups the items using the groups created for the clicked 
   // column.
private:
   void myListView_ColumnClick(
      Object^ /*sender*/, ColumnClickEventArgs^ e)
   {
      // Set the sort order to ascending when changing
      // column groups; otherwise, reverse the sort order.
      if ( myListView->Sorting == SortOrder::Descending || 
         ( isRunningXPOrLater && (e->Column != groupColumn) ) )
      {
         myListView->Sorting = SortOrder::Ascending;
      }
      else 
      {
         myListView->Sorting = SortOrder::Descending;
      }
      groupColumn = e->Column;

      // Set the groups to those created for the clicked column.
      if (isRunningXPOrLater)
      {
         SetGroups(e->Column);
      }
   }

   // Sets myListView to the groups created for the specified column.
private:
   void SetGroups(int column)
   {
      // Remove the current groups.
      myListView->Groups->Clear();

      // Retrieve the hash table corresponding to the column.
      Hashtable^ groups = dynamic_cast<Hashtable^>(groupTables[column]);

      // Copy the groups for the column to an array.
      array<ListViewGroup^>^ groupsArray = gcnew array<ListViewGroup^>(groups->Count);
      groups->Values->CopyTo(groupsArray, 0);

      // Sort the groups and add them to myListView.
      Array::Sort(groupsArray, gcnew ListViewGroupSorter(myListView->Sorting));
      myListView->Groups->AddRange(groupsArray);

      // Iterate through the items in myListView, assigning each 
      // one to the appropriate group.
      IEnumerator^ myEnum = myListView->Items->GetEnumerator();
      while (myEnum->MoveNext())
      {
         ListViewItem^ item = safe_cast<ListViewItem^>(myEnum->Current);
         // Retrieve the subitem text corresponding to the column.
         String^ subItemText = item->SubItems[column]->Text;

         // For the Title column, use only the first letter.
         if (column == 0) 
         {
            subItemText = subItemText->Substring(0, 1);
         }

         // Assign the item to the matching group.
         item->Group = dynamic_cast<ListViewGroup^>(groups[subItemText]);
      }
   }

   // Creates a Hashtable object with one entry for each unique
   // subitem value (or initial letter for the parent item)
   // in the specified column.
private:
   Hashtable^ CreateGroupsTable(int column)
   {
      // Create a Hashtable object.
      Hashtable^ groups = gcnew Hashtable();

      // Iterate through the items in myListView.
      IEnumerator^ myEnum1 = myListView->Items->GetEnumerator();
      while (myEnum1->MoveNext())
      {
         ListViewItem^ item = safe_cast<ListViewItem^>(myEnum1->Current);
         // Retrieve the text value for the column.
         String^ subItemText = item->SubItems[column]->Text;

         // Use the initial letter instead if it is the first column.
         if (column == 0) 
         {
            subItemText = subItemText->Substring(0, 1);
         }

         // If the groups table does not already contain a group
         // for the subItemText value, add a new group using the 
         // subItemText value for the group header and Hashtable key.
         if (!groups->Contains(subItemText))
         {
            groups->Add( subItemText, gcnew ListViewGroup(subItemText, 
               HorizontalAlignment::Left) );
         }
      }

      // Return the Hashtable object.
      return groups;
   }

   // Sorts ListViewGroup objects by header value.
   ref class ListViewGroupSorter : public IComparer
   {
   private:
      SortOrder order;

      // Stores the sort order.
   public:
      ListViewGroupSorter(SortOrder theOrder) 
      { 
         order = theOrder;
      }

      // Compares the groups by header value, using the saved sort
      // order to return the correct value.
      virtual int Compare(Object^ x, Object^ y)
      {
         int result = String::Compare(
            (dynamic_cast<ListViewGroup^>(x))->Header,
            (dynamic_cast<ListViewGroup^>(y))->Header
            );
         if (order == SortOrder::Ascending)
         {
            return result;
         }
         else 
         {
            return -result;
         }
      }
   };
};

[STAThread]
int main() 
{
   Application::EnableVisualStyles();
   Application::Run(gcnew ListViewGroupsExample());
}
using System;
using System.Collections; 
using System.Windows.Forms;

public class ListViewGroupsExample : Form
{
    private ListView myListView;

    // Determine whether Windows XP or a later
    // operating system is present.
    private bool isRunningXPOrLater = 
        OSFeature.Feature.IsPresent(OSFeature.Themes);

    // Declare a Hashtable array in which to store the groups.
    private Hashtable[] groupTables;

    // Declare a variable to store the current grouping column.
    int groupColumn = 0;

    public ListViewGroupsExample()
    {
        // Initialize myListView.
        myListView = new ListView();
        myListView.Dock = DockStyle.Fill;
        myListView.View = View.Details;
        myListView.Sorting = SortOrder.Ascending;

        // Create and initialize column headers for myListView.
        ColumnHeader columnHeader0 = new ColumnHeader();
        columnHeader0.Text = "Title";
        columnHeader0.Width = -1;
        ColumnHeader columnHeader1 = new ColumnHeader();
        columnHeader1.Text = "Author";
        columnHeader1.Width = -1;
        ColumnHeader columnHeader2 = new ColumnHeader();
        columnHeader2.Text = "Year";
        columnHeader2.Width = -1;

        // Add the column headers to myListView.
        myListView.Columns.AddRange(new ColumnHeader[] 
            {columnHeader0, columnHeader1, columnHeader2});

        // Add a handler for the ColumnClick event.
        myListView.ColumnClick += 
            new ColumnClickEventHandler(myListView_ColumnClick);

        // Create items and add them to myListView.
        ListViewItem item0 = new ListViewItem( new string[] 
            {"Programming Windows", 
            "Petzold, Charles", 
            "1998"} );
        ListViewItem item1 = new ListViewItem( new string[] 
            {"Code: The Hidden Language of Computer Hardware and Software", 
            "Petzold, Charles", 
            "2000"} );
        ListViewItem item2 = new ListViewItem( new string[] 
            {"Programming Windows with C#", 
            "Petzold, Charles", 
            "2001"} );
        ListViewItem item3 = new ListViewItem( new string[] 
            {"Coding Techniques for Microsoft Visual Basic .NET", 
            "Connell, John", 
            "2001"} );
        ListViewItem item4 = new ListViewItem( new string[] 
            {"C# for Java Developers", 
            "Jones, Allen & Freeman, Adam", 
            "2002"} );
        ListViewItem item5 = new ListViewItem( new string[] 
            {"Microsoft .NET XML Web Services Step by Step", 
            "Jones, Allen & Freeman, Adam", 
            "2002"} );
        myListView.Items.AddRange(
            new ListViewItem[] {item0, item1, item2, item3, item4, item5});

        if (isRunningXPOrLater)
        {
            // Create the groupsTable array and populate it with one 
            // hash table for each column.
            groupTables = new Hashtable[myListView.Columns.Count];
            for (int column = 0; column < myListView.Columns.Count; column++)
            {
                // Create a hash table containing all the groups 
                // needed for a single column.
                groupTables[column] = CreateGroupsTable(column);
            }

            // Start with the groups created for the Title column.
            SetGroups(0);
        }

        // Initialize the form.
        this.Controls.Add(myListView);
        this.Size = new System.Drawing.Size(550, 330);
        this.Text = "ListView Groups Example";
    }

    [STAThread]
    static void Main() 
    {
        Application.EnableVisualStyles();
        Application.Run(new ListViewGroupsExample());
    }

    // Groups the items using the groups created for the clicked 
    // column.
    private void myListView_ColumnClick(
        object sender, ColumnClickEventArgs e)
    {
        // Set the sort order to ascending when changing
        // column groups; otherwise, reverse the sort order.
        if ( myListView.Sorting == SortOrder.Descending || 
            ( isRunningXPOrLater && (e.Column != groupColumn) ) )
        {
            myListView.Sorting = SortOrder.Ascending;
        }
        else 
        {
            myListView.Sorting = SortOrder.Descending;
        }
        groupColumn = e.Column;

        // Set the groups to those created for the clicked column.
        if (isRunningXPOrLater)
        {
            SetGroups(e.Column);
        }
    }

    // Sets myListView to the groups created for the specified column.
    private void SetGroups(int column)
    {
        // Remove the current groups.
        myListView.Groups.Clear();

        // Retrieve the hash table corresponding to the column.
        Hashtable groups = (Hashtable)groupTables[column];

        // Copy the groups for the column to an array.
        ListViewGroup[] groupsArray = new ListViewGroup[groups.Count];
        groups.Values.CopyTo(groupsArray, 0);

        // Sort the groups and add them to myListView.
        Array.Sort(groupsArray, new ListViewGroupSorter(myListView.Sorting));
        myListView.Groups.AddRange(groupsArray);

        // Iterate through the items in myListView, assigning each 
        // one to the appropriate group.
        foreach (ListViewItem item in myListView.Items)
        {
            // Retrieve the subitem text corresponding to the column.
            string subItemText = item.SubItems[column].Text;

            // For the Title column, use only the first letter.
            if (column == 0) 
            {
                subItemText = subItemText.Substring(0, 1);
            }

            // Assign the item to the matching group.
            item.Group = (ListViewGroup)groups[subItemText];
        }
    }

    // Creates a Hashtable object with one entry for each unique
    // subitem value (or initial letter for the parent item)
    // in the specified column.
    private Hashtable CreateGroupsTable(int column)
    {
        // Create a Hashtable object.
        Hashtable groups = new Hashtable();

        // Iterate through the items in myListView.
        foreach (ListViewItem item in myListView.Items)
        {
            // Retrieve the text value for the column.
            string subItemText = item.SubItems[column].Text;

            // Use the initial letter instead if it is the first column.
            if (column == 0) 
            {
                subItemText = subItemText.Substring(0, 1);
            }

            // If the groups table does not already contain a group
            // for the subItemText value, add a new group using the 
            // subItemText value for the group header and Hashtable key.
            if (!groups.Contains(subItemText))
            {
                groups.Add( subItemText, new ListViewGroup(subItemText, 
                    HorizontalAlignment.Left) );
            }
        }

        // Return the Hashtable object.
        return groups;
    }

    // Sorts ListViewGroup objects by header value.
    private class ListViewGroupSorter : IComparer
    {
        private SortOrder order;

        // Stores the sort order.
        public ListViewGroupSorter(SortOrder theOrder) 
        { 
            order = theOrder;
        }

        // Compares the groups by header value, using the saved sort
        // order to return the correct value.
        public int Compare(object x, object y)
        {
            int result = String.Compare(
                ((ListViewGroup)x).Header,
                ((ListViewGroup)y).Header
            );
            if (order == SortOrder.Ascending)
            {
                return result;
            }
            else 
            {
                return -result;
            }
        }
    }
}
Imports System.Collections
Imports System.Windows.Forms

Public Class ListViewGroupsExample
    Inherits Form

    Private myListView As ListView

    ' Determine whether Windows XP or a later
    ' operating system is present.
    Private isRunningXPOrLater As Boolean = _
        OSFeature.Feature.IsPresent(OSFeature.Themes)
    
    ' Declare a Hashtable array in which to store the groups.
    Private groupTables() As Hashtable
    
    ' Declare a variable to store the current grouping column.
    Private groupColumn As Integer = 0
    
    Public Sub New()
        ' Initialize myListView.
        myListView = New ListView()
        myListView.Dock = DockStyle.Fill
        myListView.View = View.Details
        myListView.Sorting = SortOrder.Ascending
        
        ' Create and initialize column headers for myListView.
        Dim columnHeader0 As New ColumnHeader()
        columnHeader0.Text = "Title"
        columnHeader0.Width = -1
        Dim columnHeader1 As New ColumnHeader()
        columnHeader1.Text = "Author"
        columnHeader1.Width = -1
        Dim columnHeader2 As New ColumnHeader()
        columnHeader2.Text = "Year"
        columnHeader2.Width = -1
        
        ' Add the column headers to myListView.
        myListView.Columns.AddRange( New ColumnHeader() _
            {columnHeader0, columnHeader1, columnHeader2} )
        
        ' Add a handler for the ColumnClick event.
        AddHandler myListView.ColumnClick, AddressOf myListView_ColumnClick
        
        ' Create items and add them to myListView.
        Dim item0 As New ListViewItem( New String() _
            {"Programming Windows", _
            "Petzold, Charles", _
            "1998"} )
        Dim item1 As New ListViewItem( New String() _
            {"Code: The Hidden Language of Computer Hardware and Software", _
            "Petzold, Charles", _
            "2000"} )
        Dim item2 As New ListViewItem( New String() _
            {"Programming Windows with C#", _
            "Petzold, Charles", _
            "2001"} )
        Dim item3 As New ListViewItem( New String() _
            {"Coding Techniques for Microsoft Visual Basic .NET", _
            "Connell, John", _
            "2001"} )
        Dim item4 As New ListViewItem( New String() _
            {"C# for Java Developers", _
            "Jones, Allen / Freeman, Adam", _
            "2002"} )
        Dim item5 As New ListViewItem( New String() _
            {"Microsoft .NET XML Web Services Step by Step", _
            "Jones, Allen / Freeman, Adam", _
            "2002"} )
        myListView.Items.AddRange( _
            New ListViewItem() {item0, item1, item2, item3, item4, item5})
        
        If isRunningXPOrLater
            ' Create the groupsTable array and populate it with one 
            ' hash table for each column.
            groupTables = New Hashtable(myListView.Columns.Count) {}
            Dim column As Integer
            For column = 0 To myListView.Columns.Count - 1
                ' Create a hash table containing all the groups 
                ' needed for a single column.
                groupTables(column) = CreateGroupsTable(column)
            Next column
            
            ' Start with the groups created for the Title column.
            SetGroups(0)
        End If
        
        ' Initialize the form.
        Me.Controls.Add(myListView)
        Me.Size = New System.Drawing.Size(550, 330)
        Me.Text = "ListView Groups Example"
    End Sub
    
    <STAThread()> _
    Shared Sub Main()
        Application.EnableVisualStyles()
        Application.Run(New ListViewGroupsExample())
    End Sub
    
    ' Groups the items using the groups created for the clicked 
    ' column.
    Private Sub myListView_ColumnClick( _
        sender As Object, e As ColumnClickEventArgs)

        ' Set the sort order to ascending when changing
        ' column groups; otherwise, reverse the sort order.
        If myListView.Sorting = SortOrder.Descending OrElse _
            isRunningXPOrLater And e.Column <> groupColumn Then
            myListView.Sorting = SortOrder.Ascending
        Else
            myListView.Sorting = SortOrder.Descending
        End If
        groupColumn = e.Column
        
        ' Set the groups to those created for the clicked column.
        If isRunningXPOrLater Then
            SetGroups(e.Column)
        End If
    End Sub
    
    ' Sets myListView to the groups created for the specified column.
    Private Sub SetGroups(column As Integer)
        ' Remove the current groups.
        myListView.Groups.Clear()
        
        ' Retrieve the hash table corresponding to the column.
        Dim groups As Hashtable = CType(groupTables(column), Hashtable)
        
        ' Copy the groups for the column to an array.
        Dim groupsArray(groups.Count - 1) As ListViewGroup
        groups.Values.CopyTo(groupsArray, 0)
        
        ' Sort the groups and add them to myListView.
        Array.Sort(groupsArray, New ListViewGroupSorter(myListView.Sorting))
        myListView.Groups.AddRange(groupsArray)
        
        ' Iterate through the items in myListView, assigning each 
        ' one to the appropriate group.
        Dim item As ListViewItem
        For Each item In myListView.Items
            ' Retrieve the subitem text corresponding to the column.
            Dim subItemText As String = item.SubItems(column).Text
            
            ' For the Title column, use only the first letter.
            If column = 0 Then
                subItemText = subItemText.Substring(0, 1)
            End If 

            ' Assign the item to the matching group.
            item.Group = CType(groups(subItemText), ListViewGroup)
        Next item
    End Sub

    ' Creates a Hashtable object with one entry for each unique
    ' subitem value (or initial letter for the parent item)
    ' in the specified column.
    Private Function CreateGroupsTable(column As Integer) As Hashtable
        ' Create a Hashtable object.
        Dim groups As New Hashtable()
        
        ' Iterate through the items in myListView.
        Dim item As ListViewItem
        For Each item In myListView.Items
            ' Retrieve the text value for the column.
            Dim subItemText As String = item.SubItems(column).Text
            
            ' Use the initial letter instead if it is the first column.
            If column = 0 Then
                subItemText = subItemText.Substring(0, 1)
            End If 

            ' If the groups table does not already contain a group
            ' for the subItemText value, add a new group using the 
            ' subItemText value for the group header and Hashtable key.
            If Not groups.Contains(subItemText) Then
                groups.Add( subItemText, New ListViewGroup(subItemText, _
                    HorizontalAlignment.Left) )
            End If
        Next item
        
        ' Return the Hashtable object.
        Return groups
    End Function 'CreateGroupsTable

    ' Sorts ListViewGroup objects by header value.
    Private Class ListViewGroupSorter
        Implements IComparer 
        
        Private order As SortOrder
        
        ' Stores the sort order.
        Public Sub New(theOrder As SortOrder)
            order = theOrder
        End Sub
        
        ' Compares the groups by header value, using the saved sort
        ' order to return the correct value.
        Public Function Compare(x As Object, y As Object) As Integer _
            Implements IComparer.Compare
            Dim result As Integer = String.Compare( _
                CType(x, ListViewGroup).Header, _
                CType(y, ListViewGroup).Header )
            If order = SortOrder.Ascending Then
                Return result
            Else
                Return -result
            End If
        End Function 'Compare
    End Class

End Class

Remarks

La característica de agrupación de ListView permite crear grupos visuales de elementos de ListView relacionados lógicamente.The ListView grouping feature lets you create visual groups of logically related ListView items. Cada grupo consta de un encabezado textual seguido de una línea horizontal y de los elementos asignados a ese grupo.Each group consists of a textual header followed by a horizontal line and the items assigned to that group. Puede alinear el texto del encabezado a la izquierda, a la derecha o en el centro del control.You can align the header text to the left, right, or center of the control. Los grupos asignados a un control de ListView aparecen cada vez que la propiedad View está establecida en un valor distinto de View.List.Any groups assigned to a ListView control appear whenever the View property is set to a value other than View.List.

los grupos de ListView ayudan a los usuarios a encontrar los elementos que buscan al separar los elementos en categorías útiles.ListView groups help your users find the items they are looking for by separating the items into useful categories. Puede crear cualquier categoría que necesite.You can create whatever categories you need. Un enfoque típico consiste en agrupar los elementos en función de la forma en que se ordena la lista.One typical approach is to group the items based on the way the list is sorted. Por ejemplo, puede agrupar los elementos por la letra inicial del nombre del elemento cuando la lista está ordenada alfabéticamente o por subelementos como el tipo o la fecha en la que se ordena la lista haciendo clic en un encabezado de columna en la vista detalles.For example, you can group the items by the initial letter of the item name when the list is sorted alphabetically or by subitems such as type or date when the list is sorted by clicking a column header in the details view. El explorador de Windows usa este tipo de agrupación.Windows Explorer uses this type of grouping.

Para usar la característica de agrupación, agregue uno o varios objetos ListViewGroup a la colección Groups de un control ListView.To use the grouping feature, add one or more ListViewGroup objects to the Groups collection of a ListView control. Establezca el texto del encabezado de grupo y la alineación del encabezado en el ListViewGroup constructor, o establézcalo mediante las propiedades ListViewGroup.Header y ListViewGroup.HeaderAlignment.Set the group header text and header alignment in the ListViewGroup constructor, or set them using the ListViewGroup.Header and ListViewGroup.HeaderAlignment properties.

Para deshabilitar temporalmente la característica de agrupación, establezca la propiedad ShowGroups en false.To temporarily disable the grouping feature, set the ShowGroups property to false.

Puede asignar un elemento a un grupo especificando el grupo en el ListViewItem constructor, estableciendo la propiedad ListViewItem.Group o agregando directamente el elemento a la colección ListViewGroup.Items de un grupo.You can assign an item to a group by specifying the group in the ListViewItem constructor, by setting the ListViewItem.Group property, or by directly adding the item to the ListViewGroup.Items collection of a group. Todos los elementos deben asignarse a los grupos antes de que se muestren.All items should be assigned to groups before they are displayed. Cualquier elemento que no esté asignado a un grupo aparecerá en el grupo predeterminado, que tiene la etiqueta de encabezado "DefaultGroup{0}".Any items that are not assigned to a group will appear in the default group, which has the header label "DefaultGroup{0}". El grupo predeterminado no está incluido en la colección de Groups y no se puede modificar.The default group is not contained in the Groups collection, and cannot be altered. Es principalmente útil en la depuración para asegurarse de que todos los elementos se han agregado correctamente a los grupos.It is primarily useful in debugging to ensure that all items have been properly added to groups.

Un elemento solo puede estar en un grupo a la vez.An item can only be in one group at a time. Puede cambiar el grupo al que pertenece un elemento si establece la propiedad ListViewItem.Group en tiempo de ejecución o la agrega a la colección ListViewGroup.Items de otro grupo, lo que lo quita automáticamente del grupo anterior.You can change the group to which an item belongs by setting the ListViewItem.Group property at run time or by adding it to the ListViewGroup.Items collection of another group, which automatically removes it from the previous group.

La característica de marca de inserción está deshabilitada cuando se utilizan grupos.The insertion mark feature is disabled when using groups. Esto se debe a que la característica de agrupación ordena los elementos según la pertenencia al grupo, mientras que la característica de la marca de inserción se usa con la reposición de arrastrar y colocar en un control ListView que todavía no ordena sus elementos.This is because the grouping feature orders items by group membership, while the insertion mark feature is used with drag-and-drop repositioning in a ListView control that does not already order its items.

ListView grupos solo están disponibles en Windows XP y Windows Server 2003 cuando la aplicación llama al método Application.EnableVisualStyles.ListView groups are available only on Windows XP and Windows Server 2003 when your application calls the Application.EnableVisualStyles method. En los sistemas operativos anteriores, cualquier código relacionado con los grupos no tiene ningún efecto y los grupos no aparecerán.On earlier operating systems, any code relating to groups has no effect and the groups will not appear. Como resultado, cualquier código que dependa de la característica de agrupación podría no funcionar correctamente.As a result, any code that depends on the grouping feature might not work correctly.

Es posible que desee incluir código que determine si la característica de agrupación está disponible y proporcionar una funcionalidad alternativa cuando no está disponible.You might want to include code that determines whether the grouping feature is available, and provide alternate functionality when it is unavailable. Por ejemplo, puede que desee proporcionar una ordenación alternativa cuando se ejecuta en sistemas operativos que no admiten la ordenación por grupo.For example, you might want to provide alternate sorting when running on operating systems that do not support sorting by group.

La característica de agrupación la proporciona la misma biblioteca que proporciona la característica temas del sistema operativo.The grouping feature is provided by the same library that provides the operating system themes feature. Para comprobar la disponibilidad de esta biblioteca, llame a la sobrecarga del método FeatureSupport.IsPresent(Object) y pase el valor de OSFeature.Themes.To check for the availability of this library, call the FeatureSupport.IsPresent(Object) method overload and pass in the OSFeature.Themes value.

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