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ASP.Net 2.0 TreeView Postback Question

I have a Web Site that is/was built using VS2005 Team Edition for
Software Developers (C#). The Data Source points to a Web.SiteMap.
The Nodes point to other pages on the same site. The problem that I'm
trying to get around is although the ExpandDepth is set to 1, when a
person drills down and selects another location, on Postback the tree
is back to the 1st level. Is there a way to have the tree to maintain
the level at which the new page was selected on Postback?


Jun 14 '06 #1
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