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TreeView Data loading after dispatch is called

Hi,
I am trying to load data after api call.
I have created reducer and using connect as HOC. Once I will get data in my props I will use this data to load on treeview.
Please suggest some options to implement this functinality
Thanks,
Sonam Diwate

3 Replies

CI Christopher Issac Sunder K Syncfusion Team March 11, 2019 04:01 AM

Hi Sonam, 

Thank you for contacting Syncfusion support. 

We have prepared a sample based on your requirement. Here we bind the dataSource to the treeview after the dispatch is called on button click. Please find the code snippet. 

loadTree: function () { 
    store.dispatch(Click()); 
    var tree = document.getElementById("tree").ej2_instances[0]; 
    tree.fields.dataSource = store.getState(); 
    tree.dataBind(); 
} 

Please find the sample from the following link. 

You can use the following comments to make the sample runnable. 
  1. npm install
  2. npm install react-scripts --save
  3. npm start

Please check the sample and let us know whether it fulfills your requirement. 

Thanks, 
Christo


SD Sonam Diwate March 12, 2019 04:47 AM

Thanks for quick reply.


But here I want to bind nodeTemplate also. as we need to use custom templates.
Also I want to restrict some of child nodes to drag and drop as well as select node

Thanks,
Sonam Diwate


CI Christopher Issac Sunder K Syncfusion Team March 12, 2019 04:52 AM

Hi Sonam, 

We have prepared sample for binding datasource along with nodeTemplate. Please find the code snippet 

loadTree: function () { 
    store.dispatch(Click()); 
    var tree = document.getElementById("tree").ej2_instances[0]; 
    tree.fields.dataSource = store.getState(); 
    tree.cssClass = "custom"; 
    tree.nodeTemplate = '<div><img class="eimage" src="https://ej2.syncfusion.com/demos/src/images/employees/${eimg}.png\" alt="employee"/><div class="ename"> ${name} </div><div class="ejob"> ${job} </div></div>'; 
    tree.dataBind(); 
} 

Please check the sample from the following link and get back to us if you need any further assistance. 

Thanks, 
Christo

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