O$: Tree list

Andreas Pfeiffer andreas at familiepfeiffer.de
Wed Apr 29 07:17:45 EDT 2009


Note that you can use $setnodelist for an individual sub branch as  
well. On of the parameter just receives the reference to the node  
where you want to add the sub branch.

Kindest regards,


Am 29.04.2009 um 01:13 schrieb Christine Penner:

> I'm trying to build a dynamic tree list. There is a couple of ways  
> to do that and I'm looking for everyones opinion which is best.
> I will be passing 2 lists. One with the columns (levels) I want in  
> the tree. Including the field name and title.
> The other will be the list of data.
> Currently all trees we use have only 3 levels. There could be more  
> but not many. The data list could be large (possibly thousands).
> No matter how I do it I will have to walk through both the lists.  
> Here are the 2 options I have come up with.
> 1. Add nodes one at a time using $add().
> 2. Build a list (using the kFlatList form) and use $setnodelist()
> Christine Penner
> Ingenious Software
> 250-352-9495
> christine at ingenioussoftware.com
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