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I am currently working on a small application that will load customer information into a listveiw however I am having a problem with a peice of my code that is supposed to write the information into the ListVeiw control. Just so no one gets confused i refer to my ini file as a database as it is where i load all the information from.

The error occurs in the line GUICtrlCreateListVeiwItem.

If you need my full script just ask and i can supply it.

Case $DatabaseAdd ; On button press.
   If _GUICtrlEdit_GetText($ForenameInput) = "" Or _GUICtrlEdit_GetText($SurnameInput) = "" Or _GUICtrlEdit_GetText($TelephoneInput) = "" Or _GUICtrlEdit_GetText($AddressInput) = "" Then
      MsgBox(64, "Empty Feilds", "Please fill in all the required feilds.") ; If any feilds are empty then display a message.
   DatabaseCheck() ; Check the database before carrying out a function that relys on it.
   GetRowNumber() ; Retreive the row number using function.
   IniWrite(@ScriptDir & "\Customer Database.ini", "Row", $RowNum, $RowNum) ; Write the row number to database.
   IniWrite(@ScriptDir & "\Customer Database.ini", "Date", $RowNum, GuiCtrlRead($DatePicker, 0)) ; Write the date to the database.
   IniWrite(@ScriptDir & "\Customer Database.ini", "CustomerID", $RowNum, "Test ID") ; Write Customer ID to database.
   IniWrite(@ScriptDir & "\Customer Database.ini", "Forename", $RowNum, _GUICtrlEdit_GetText($ForenameInput)) ; Write Forename to database.
   IniWrite(@ScriptDir & "\Customer Database.ini", "Surname", $RowNum, _GUICtrlEdit_GetText($SurnameInput)) ; Write Surname to database.
   IniWrite(@ScriptDir & "\Customer Database.ini", "Telephone", $RowNum, _GUICtrlEdit_GetText($TelephoneInput)) ; Write Telephone number to database.
   IniWrite(@ScriptDir & "\Customer Database.ini", "Address", $RowNum, _GUICtrlEdit_GetText($AddressInput)) ; Write Address to database.
   GUICtrlCreateListViewItem ($RowNum|GuiCtrlRead($DatePicker, 0)|"Test ID"|_GUICtrlEdit_GetText($ForenameInput)|_GUICtrlEdit_GetText($SurnameInput)|_GUICtrlEdit_GetText($TelephoneInput)|_GUICtrlEdit_GetText($AddressInput), $Database)

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Change it to this:

GUICtrlCreateListViewItem ($RowNum & "|" & GuiCtrlRead($DatePicker, 0) & "|" & "Test ID" & "|" & _GUICtrlEdit_GetText($ForenameInput) & "|" & _GUICtrlEdit_GetText($SurnameInput) & "|" & _GUICtrlEdit_GetText($TelephoneInput) & "|" & _GUICtrlEdit_GetText($AddressInput), $Database)

You need to concantenate the "|" and the various data in that string, you can't just put them together like it was.

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Thank you i had a feeling it had something to do with that, I got a little confused because when you do it with plain text you can do it without seperating them.

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