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Recursive TreeNode WebDynpro Sample Tutorial?

Hi,

Im trying to implement the Recursive TreeNode WebDynpro Sample Tutorial. But in my current version of NetweaverDev Studio(2.0.5) I do not find the Jave Native Type -ITreeNodeElement. I find only ITreeNode among others.

ANy help

Regards

Meesum

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    Posted on Feb 02, 2005 at 10:50 AM

    Hi Meesum,

    You should upgrade to sp9 or sp10. sp9 is available for download from sdn, <b>make sure you match the service pack with the j2ee engine</b> One more thing if you are talking about the parameters you are setting in the actions you wont find them at first. you will have to create the context for the tree view then you can go back and set the appropriate parameter for the actions. After the context is created and the methods have been implemented you will be able to find the java primitive type. Hint: What is the name of the node? TreeNode and which interface is missing I<node name>nodeElement. This only exists when you create it.

    The tutorial is a bit misleading.

    Hope this helps.

    Wael

    (Dont forget the rewards)

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    Posted on Feb 02, 2005 at 12:53 PM

    Hi,

    Use IWDNodeElement instead and everything will work.

    It works since SP4 (have no chance to tested earlier versions of NW).

    VS

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