Radtreeview not updating Asiangirlchat

Posted by / 26-Jul-2017 23:01

Radtreeview not updating

(Note: there is a Master Page, and this content appears within the "Content" Content Place Holder, which is why the control names look convoluted.) I've got some ideas, none of which I really like. -Bryan It's possible that the code for the resource library is different for each installation of ASP. There are a couple (mostly for asynchronous callbacks), but I found two So I popped those URLs into my browser to view the resources directly. d=NEi WK7FK_q_OSdxz_9tsy A2&t=632954829941963355 for the first one...) For each of those, I saved the file to my desktop. I opened them in Visual Studio, and one was a general script library for ASP.

Something like (I'm sure this would require some tweaking and hair pulling): my Node. NET pages (navigating the DOM, etc.) and the other was specific to Tree View maintenance. In the latter script, I found all kinds of goodies, including "function Tree View_Select Node(data, node, node Id)".

(If all classes are the same throughout the tree, this code looks like it will work, however.

But there are other options like Leaf Node Style, Parent Node Style, Root Node Style, etc., so it seems like there could be some diversity of styles throughout the tree.) What worries me (and please don't take this as in any way a lack of gratitude for your response!!

) is that the code you've written duplicates work that's already doen by the Tree View Java Script library. ) that stores the currently-selected node, and a function [Tree View_Select Node(data, node, node Id)] that does the style-swapping and recording of the selected node. I'm hesitant to create a parallel node selection function to address such a (seemingly) small requirement.

I'd much rather learn how to properly use the Tree View Java Script API, if anybody on this forum knows how it works.

Navigate Url = "javascript:void(0);" also note i've included a style for selected nodes. Using this solution, I'm curious how I would know at Post Back time which element in the Tree View is selected, as the routine you wrote doesn't record this in the Tree View's Java Script data structure (Tree View_Data?

), where the Tree View server-side control presumably looks to establish control state during Post Back.

I could just set the Navigate Url for the Tree Nodes in my tree to "javascript: Tree View_Select Node();" and I'd be cooking with butter.

But I will give your code a try, so I'll have a fallback if I can't figure out how to use the existing library. -Bryan Actually Bryan, I don't know what's there in Tree View Java Script library. In javascript I just work my way through problems seeing what is rendered on the client( like i did here).

Also I wasn't able to open the Web Resource.axd, please tell me the way to get to it, maybe i cud better help you then.

NET pages (navigating the DOM, etc.) and the other was specific to Tree View maintenance. In the latter script, I found all kinds of goodies, including "function Tree View_Select Node(data, node, node Id)". I brought up the page with the Tree View on it, and viewed the source.

I copy it here just in case you have issues getting ahold of the source: ); --- So my challenge is to figure out what I can put in my code-behind file, while setting the Navigate Url for my nodes, that will emit a Java Script function call that looks like the above. I was looking for Java Script functions that deal with maintaining the Tree View.

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Something like (I'm sure this would require some tweaking and hair pulling): my Node. (Note: there is a Master Page, and this content appears within the "Content" Content Place Holder, which is why the control names look convoluted.) I've got some ideas, none of which I really like. -Bryan Hi, Setting the Navigate Url property for each node(as above) to a call to Tree View_Select Node translates to setting the href for each node(which is a link on the client). We have to somehow set the onclick attribute for each node, which could have been done using node. Add but unfortunately there is no such property as Attributes for Tree Node class.