Avoiding Postback with Treeview

Discussion in 'ASP .Net Web Controls' started by googleThis@nadolna.net, Mar 20, 2006.

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    I have a treeview control that I load in the pageload event with a list
    of course subject areas. There are at most two levels of nodes in the
    treeview, for example there might be a "Safety" node with two child
    nodes, "First Aid" and "Fire Prevention". What I want is when the user
    clicks a node for the node.Text property to be loaded into a label
    control elsewhere on the page without doing a postback. I don't need a
    postback because I've already loaded all the data. But I don't see an
    Autopastback=false property. I also tried PopulateOnDemand and
    SelectAction on each node, but that didn't help. Can someone show me
    what I am doing wrong, or maybe I need to use a different control
    altogether? Thanks, Dave
     
    , Mar 20, 2006
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