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How to create sap.m.Tree table using ODATA Service (Its in Table Structure)

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Need small help on sap.m.Tree Table. Kindly help me how to create Tree Table as per below screen shot using XML View

ODATA Service is

Kindly help me how to create Tree table using above ODATA Service.?



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    Jun 30, 2017 at 12:05 PM


    Try this;

    <mvc:View controllerName="test.controller.View1" xmlns:html="" xmlns:mvc="sap.ui.core.mvc" xmlns="sap.m"
    	xmlns:viz="sap.viz.ui5.controls" xmlns:layout="sap.ui.layout" xmlns:table="sap.ui.table" xmlns:smartTable="sap.ui.comp.smarttable"
    			<Page title="Org. Unit">
    					<table:TreeTable id="TreeTable" rows="{path:'nodeModel>/nodeRoot', parameters: {arrayNames:['children']}}" enableSelectAll="false"
    								<Label text="Type"/>
    									<Text text="{nodeModel>id}"/>
    							<table:Column width="20rem">
    								<Label text="Orgeh"/>
    									<Text text="{nodeModel>text}"/>
    							<table:Column width="4rem">
    								<Label text="Type"/>
    									<Text text="{nodeModel>type}"/>
    							<table:Column >
    								<Label text="Tag"/>
    									<Text text="{nodeModel>tag}"/>
    							<table:Column >
    								<Label text="Betrag"/>
    									<Text text="{nodeModel>betrag}"/>
    					<!--					<Tree items="{path:'nodeModel>/nodeRoot', parameters: {arrayNames:['children']}}">
    						<StandardTreeItem title="{nodeModel>text}"/>
    		onInit: function() {
    			var flatData = this.readFile();
    			var deepData = this.transformTreeData(flatData);
    		readFile: function() {
    			var flatData = null;
    			//load the data from the JSON file
    			//NB same format as gateway service could be
    			var inModel = new sap.ui.model.json.JSONModel();
    			inModel.loadData("/sap/opu/odata/SAP/Z_ECA_TEST02_SRV/SubOrgsSet?$format=json", "", false);
    			var data = inModel.getData();
    			if (data) {
    				flatData = data.d.results;
    			return flatData;
    		transformTreeData: function(nodesIn) {
    			var nodes = []; //'deep' object structure
    			var nodeMap = {}; //'map', each node is an attribute
    			if (nodesIn) {
    				var nodeOut;
    				var parentOrgeh;
    				for (var i = 0; i < nodesIn.length; i++) {
    					var nodeIn = nodesIn[i];
    					nodeOut = {
    						id: nodeIn.Orgeh,
    						text: nodeIn.Stext,
    						type: nodeIn.Otype,
    						tag: nodeIn.Tag,
    						betrag: nodeIn.Betrag,
    						children: []
    					parentOrgeh = nodeIn.ParentOrgeh;
    					if (parentOrgeh && parentOrgeh.length > 0) {
    						//we have a parent, add the node there
    						//NB because object references are used, changing the node
    						//in the nodeMap changes it in the nodes array too
    						//(we rely on parents always appearing before their children)
    						var parent = nodeMap[nodeIn.ParentOrgeh];
    						if (parent) {
    					} else {
    						//there is no parent, must be top level
    					//add the node to the node map, which is a simple 1-level list of all nodes
    					nodeMap[] = nodeOut;
    			return nodes;
    		setModelData: function(nodes) {
    			//store the nodes in the JSON model, so the view can access them
    			var nodesModel = new sap.ui.model.json.JSONModel();
    				nodeRoot: {
    					children: nodes
    			this.getView().setModel(nodesModel, "nodeModel");

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  • Jul 06, 2017 at 06:36 AM


    Thanks for help.

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