working with TreeView, client side

Discussion in 'ASP .Net' started by Daves, Jun 6, 2006.

  1. Daves

    Daves Guest

    Sorry guys but I will be reposting this question from 6/5 until someone
    gives me an answer - the question is very easy and so ought the answer to
    be. I really need the answer!

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    I'm sorry for reposting but I've already googled for hours and I see others
    have asked about this here without getting replies, this is starting to look
    like some Bermuda phenomenon nobody wants to answer to! I really need to
    accomplish the task below...

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    Is there any documentation out there to find out if and then how I can work
    with TreeView on client side through jscript? For example I want to change
    title of nodes and remove without doing postback. MS doesn't seem to have
    any official documentation on this.

    And please notice I'm not refering to IE TreeView control but asp.net 2.0's
    TreeView!
     
    Daves, Jun 6, 2006
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