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I'm using the Microsoft.Web.UI.Webcontrol treeview, and I manually entered
the tree information through the editor. However, when I run the webpage it
does not present data in a treeview. Instead, it reads the data across the
page horizontally.
Is there a step I'm missing?

thanks
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Hutty
Nov 19 '05 #1
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Hi Hutty
u forget to use style sheet
or there is another property named imageurl or i dont remeber exatly
but u must link to the url of a style
hint : the style is dowunloaded with this control
"Hutty" wrote:
I'm using the Microsoft.Web.UI.Webcontrol treeview, and I manually entered
the tree information through the editor. However, when I run the webpage it
does not present data in a treeview. Instead, it reads the data across the
page horizontally.
Is there a step I'm missing?

thanks
--
Hutty

Nov 19 '05 #2

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Thanks for the tip Sara. Thus far my research has yielded nothing that would
give a clue as to what I need to include. I've tried the treeview with
examples from msdn site as well. Still get the horizontal look. I'll keep
looking for examples.
thanks

"sara" wrote:
Hi Hutty
u forget to use style sheet
or there is another property named imageurl or i dont remeber exatly
but u must link to the url of a style
hint : the style is dowunloaded with this control
"Hutty" wrote:
I'm using the Microsoft.Web.UI.Webcontrol treeview, and I manually entered
the tree information through the editor. However, when I run the webpage it
does not present data in a treeview. Instead, it reads the data across the
page horizontally.
Is there a step I'm missing?

thanks
--
Hutty

Nov 19 '05 #3

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u r welcome
look Hutty
i got this problem before when i upload my project to server
and this is cos:
1) im trying to refrence the dll from my machine not from server
2) the property SystemImagePath must be refrence to the path of the style(+
,_ ,..) the view of the tree it doesent work without this and it will apper
horizantal
belive me u need to look to this property

"Hutty" wrote:
Thanks for the tip Sara. Thus far my research has yielded nothing that would
give a clue as to what I need to include. I've tried the treeview with
examples from msdn site as well. Still get the horizontal look. I'll keep
looking for examples.
thanks

"sara" wrote:
Hi Hutty
u forget to use style sheet
or there is another property named imageurl or i dont remeber exatly
but u must link to the url of a style
hint : the style is dowunloaded with this control
"Hutty" wrote:
I'm using the Microsoft.Web.UI.Webcontrol treeview, and I manually entered
the tree information through the editor. However, when I run the webpage it
does not present data in a treeview. Instead, it reads the data across the
page horizontally.
Is there a step I'm missing?

thanks
--
Hutty

Nov 19 '05 #4

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Hi Hutty,
when using this controls u have to make sure the DLL file is under
the BIN folder in the WWWROOT.
And did u install the Treeview well?
And by the way are using VS.NET to run it b-cos u might need to Add the
control from using Add Reference.
And again do u have the folder "webctrl_client" that contains the
components instaled properly?
Hope this helps
Patrick

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Nov 19 '05 #5

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Finally, I got it to work. Turns out you both were correct. For some
reason, web_client folder did not have a subfolder calle "1_0". It was
included with the web_client, "web_client1_0". The systempath was set to
the default "/web_client/1_0/treeimages/". So, it was a matter of correcting
path and renaming folders correctly.

Thanks for your help.

"Patrick Olurotimi Ige" wrote:
Hi Hutty,
when using this controls u have to make sure the DLL file is under
the BIN folder in the WWWROOT.
And did u install the Treeview well?
And by the way are using VS.NET to run it b-cos u might need to Add the
control from using Add Reference.
And again do u have the folder "webctrl_client" that contains the
components instaled properly?
Hope this helps
Patrick

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