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48374 Aug 25,2006 10:27 AM UTC Aug 29,2006 12:34 PM UTC ASP.NET Web Forms (Classic) 3
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Tony Butler
Asked On August 25, 2006 10:27 AM UTC


I have a treeview which is popluated dynamically at runtime by the server.
I am hooking into the clientsideonnodeselect event.
This works fine when the tree is not expanded, but as soon as I expand a node, which results in a callback to the server to get the new child nodes, the clientsideonnodeselect does not behave as expected.

Eg, I have a tree with roots
+Node A
+Node B
+Node C

When I select any node, clientsideonnodeselect correctly identifies it.

If I expand A, which has one child, so now I see:
-Node A
+ Child A
+Node B
+Node C

If I select Child A, clientsideonnodeselect tells me the selected node is actually Node C!!

Not good :/

Bhuvana [Syncfusion]
Replied On August 28, 2006 11:10 AM UTC

Hi Tony,

This has been already fixed and here is the beta version of our upcoming 4.3 release which has the fix for the above issue.


Here is the list of breaking-changes between 4.2 and 4.3

1. To enhance the overall look and feel, all the css properties (DefaultNodeCss, DefaultNodeRowCss,SelectedNodeCssClass,..)of the treeview have been migrated to the ItemLooks property window.

2. The keyboard access feature has been included by default. Hence the KeyboardEnabled property has been removed in 4.3.

Our sales person will be updating you soon with the unlock key.


Tony Butler
Replied On August 29, 2006 06:59 AM UTC

Thanks - do you have an estimated release date?
Unfortunately, I will not be able to install your beta due to strict company policies :/

Bhuvana [Syncfusion]
Replied On August 29, 2006 12:34 PM UTC

Hi Tony,

The 4.3 will be available in a week''s time. We will keep you updated.



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