Tree view type applet question

Discussion in 'Java' started by talisman, Dec 26, 2004.

  1. talisman

    talisman Guest

    hi,

    before i consider writing one, i thought i'd ask if anyone is aware of
    an already commercially available applet that -


    (a) provides a tree view of a data format - the applets data file
    format should be xml.

    (b) has a drag n drop functionality (so yo ucan drag leaf from one
    node to another folder etc).

    (c) exposes methods for getting current state of tree in xml.

    (d) can set different icons in xml data file for tree nodes etc.

    (e) has a generally rich set of methods for adding folders, leaf nodes
    etc to the structure, deleting them, getting id of the current
    selected node etc.

    (f) the applets xml datafile should be able to store id's relating to
    nodes etc...


    thanks
    talisman, Dec 26, 2004
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