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CFTREEITEM question with 2 queries



I have 2 queries :

<CFQUERY NAME="Get_div_disc" DATASOURCE="#DSN#">
select distinct(col_colid), col_shortname, col_desc from col_codelist
</CFQUERY>

<CFQUERY NAME="test" DATASOURCE="#DSN#">
select distinct(dv_divisionid), dv_shortname, dv_colid
from dv_divisionlist where dv_colid=#dv#
</CFQUERY>

=== code===

<CFFORM ACTION="cftreeitem.cfm" METHOD="POST" ENABLECAB="Yes">

<CFTREE NAME="Get_div_disc" HEIGHT="250" WIDTH="340"
         FONT="Arial Narrow" BOLD="No"
         ITALIC="No" BORDER="Yes"
         HSCROLL="Yes" VSCROLL="Yes"
         REQUIRED="No" COMPLETEPATH="No"
         APPENDKEY="Yes" HIGHLIGHTHREF="Yes">
<CFLOOP QUERY="Get_div_disc">
  <CFTREEITEM VALUE="#col_shortname#-#col_desc#" PARENT="Get_div_disc" EXPAND="no">
 
 
  <cfset #dv#=#col_colid#>
  <CFQUERY NAME="test" DATASOURCE="#DSN#">
select distinct(dv_divisionid), dv_shortname, dv_colid
from dv_divisionlist where dv_colid=#dv#
</CFQUERY>
    <CFLOOP QUERY="test">
          <CFTREEITEM VALUE="#dv_shortname#" PARENT="Get_div_disc" EXPAND="no">
</CFLOOP>
</CFLOOP>

========= end of code =====

I get

E
EE
ER
F
FE
S
SR
SS

in the same folder level

what I need it

E and inside a the E folder another 2 folders called EE and ER
F and inside a the F folder another folder called FE
S and inside a the S folder another 2 folders called SS and SR

How do I accomplish this?
given that I am unable to use 1 query for output... I have to use 2 queries.


     



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anusha
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anusha
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Scott BennettManager TechnologyCommented:
Try this:


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<CFFORM ACTION="cftreeitem.cfm" METHOD="POST" ENABLECAB="Yes">

<CFTREE NAME="Get_div_disc" HEIGHT="250" WIDTH="340"
        FONT="Arial Narrow" BOLD="No"
        ITALIC="No" BORDER="Yes"
        HSCROLL="Yes" VSCROLL="Yes"
        REQUIRED="No" COMPLETEPATH="No"
        APPENDKEY="Yes" HIGHLIGHTHREF="Yes">
<CFLOOP QUERY="Get_div_disc">
 <CFTREEITEM VALUE="#col_shortname#-#col_desc#" PARENT="Get_div_disc" EXPAND="no">
 
 
 <cfset #dv#=#col_colid#>
 <CFQUERY NAME="test" DATASOURCE="#DSN#">
select distinct(dv_divisionid), dv_shortname, dv_colid
from dv_divisionlist where dv_colid=#dv#
</CFQUERY>
   <CFLOOP QUERY="test">
         <CFTREEITEM VALUE="#dv_shortname#" PARENT="#col_shortname#-#col_desc#" EXPAND="no">
</CFLOOP>
</CFLOOP>

</CFTREE>

-----------------------------------------------------------

I didn't have time to test it so if you get an error let me know what it is.


-Scott
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Scott BennettManager TechnologyCommented:
The changes I made to your original code were

1. Added a </cftree> because it wasn't there (at least not in the code you provided)

2. Changed the parent of the subfolders to the name of the parent folder rather then the name of the tree.

-Scott
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