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Hi all,

Below is my Query result on which i need to ask a question.

    

The above table is named as "Material".

I want to create a tree-node type structure like this

Material

     |

     Plastic

     Lead

     Colour

     Water

     Wood

     Aluminium

I am using iBrowser for this.

But i am receiving different structure like this -

Plastic

Lead

Colour

Water

Wood

Aluminium

How do i put material on the top as a Parent node and all these Material name as its child nodes.

Please reply ASAP!

Thanks and Regards

Anish Vyas

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3 Answers

  • Best Answer
    Oct 09, 2014 at 10:23 AM

    Yes Anish,

    You can simply give the sequence of columns in the mapping like

    Child level2, child level1, Parent

    Regards,

    Swaroop

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  • Oct 09, 2014 at 10:17 AM

    Hi Anish,

    There would be a slight change on the dataset you are using. You need to group the data with respect to your parent element.

    Then select the child first for mapping and then the parent.

    Hope this helps!!

    This way it will help achieve a solution for Vishal as well.

    Warm Regards,

    Swaroop

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    • Hi Swaroop

      Thankyou for your help. I made a few changes in the query and mapped the parent and child and got the result.

      Can you suggest any method by which i can create a three-level tree with or without the use of iBrowser?

      Thanks & Regards

      Anish Vyas

  • Oct 16, 2014 at 07:36 AM

    HI Anish,

    I still doubt if Christian is talking about MII specific case. But anyways, here's something that i found out:

    http://www.dreamincode.net/forums/topic/170613-xml-tree-view/

    Download the zip file and use it. You would have to do a little modification in xml to iunclude third element. Here's what i did:

    <topic text="Cascading Style Sheets">

      <article text="Style Sheets Now!" articleID="13" >

      <Subarticle text="Swaroop was here!" articleID="1" />

      </article>

      <article text="CSS Quick Tutorial" articleID="14" />

      <article text="CSS Structure and Rules" articleID="15" />

      </topic>

    And the result:

    Hope this helps!!

    Warm Regards,

    Swaroop

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