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How to create a TreePath from a string and expand the Tree

Posted on 2001-06-09
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Hi,
I have a string like "switch 0 , Blade 1"
where switch 0 is parent , blade1 is child and so on.

This string is generated dynamically but it represents
a valid treepath.

I want to expand the tree to show this particular
treepath.I am not able to create a valid TreePath
from this string.

I did something like this:

1) tokenize the string
2) make an object array of the tokens.
3) Treepath tp = new TreePath(object array);
4) Tree.expandpath(Treepath)

I get a "ClassCastException":java.lang.string

any suggestions?





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Question by:sanjay_thakur
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superschlonz earned 100 total points
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I think you have to search the TreeNodes by name and then create
the treepath with these treenodes.
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by:Ovi
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post your code
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by:objects
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superschlonz is correct.
You need to create your tree path from an array of tree nodes.
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