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Plz help me with the confusion of tree node and xml

Hi, i am a new bie in programming.I am currently doing a project
that displays certain hierarchial set of data in tree view.I currently
implemented this tree view to be displayed in xml file which is one
of my requirement too.But, the point that i am confused is with
further processing.I have to move accross tree node to recover various
information related with each node like searching node replacing node
and extracting particular information from each node .For this purpose
plz suggest me will it be better to add searching and so on like
features by using xml or using tree node. Which one will be fast ?Will
i be adding unnecessary complexity by using xml for the purpose.I am
giving preference to efficiency.Thanks in advance.
Jun 27 '08 #1
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On 13 maio, 06:28, happy.john1...@gmail.com wrote:
Hi, i am a new bie in programming.I am *currently doing a project
that displays certain hierarchial set of data in tree view.I currently
implemented this tree view to be displayed in xml file *which is one
of my requirement too.But, the point that i am confused is with
further processing.I have to move accross tree node to recover various
information related with each node like searching node replacing node
and extracting particular information from each node .For this purpose
plz suggest me *will it be better to add searching and so on like
features by using xml or using tree node. Which one will be fast ?Will
i be adding unnecessary complexity by using xml for the purpose.I am
giving preference to efficiency.Thanks in advance.
Hi John,

You´ll need to manipulate the XML file instead of the treeview
component.
About the application´s performance, It will be faster using DOM over
XML... You´ll see.

Try to find more information about DOM and XML Manipulating, probably
it will be the point you need to solve your problem.

[]´s Breno.
Jun 27 '08 #2

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