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Posted on 2006-06-28
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I have a treeview that works fine on localhost but when I post to the QA server the tree has disappeared. The treeview is making a call to the stored procedure to get populated but it is not visible. Any ideas on how to make it reappear on the QA box?
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I think it's a problem with the dataconnections / db-access from the server.
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I came in this morning thinking two things: try remote debugging and then put in a very simple treeview with xml and then graduate to sql connection. All of the other db connected controls (grid, etc) are loading fine, its just this tree and its just on the QA server. When I am on the localhost I am connected to the same db/stored proc as the QA server.
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Turns out I had an If statement using localhost on a variable for the Treeview. When I promoted to QA, not localhost, the treeview failed. Thanks for the help.
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