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tree table tag in jsp

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Hello I know that we can make a tree table components with swings in rich client application

but I am writing a web application with spring and hibernate ... and I need to to show my data in a tree table format ...

where I can collapse and expand the nodes and also see the data in coloumns is it possible in JSP ?

does any one knows any resource where I can get such a JSP tag ?

thank you so much. it is very urgent for me.
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by:raysee
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Thank you so much Javatm,

but is this display tag table providing the facility of collapsing the subcolumns an expand them again ?

I want exact treetable which works like swing component ... is it possible with JSP in web application ?

thank you.
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It is just a table tag if you need it to be collapsable you have to use another tag such as TreeTag;
http://www.jenkov.com/prizetags/introduction.tmpl#tree
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by:raysee
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but i need a tag which is a combination of table tag and tree tag .. exactly like treetable component that we make with swing ...

is it possible and do you have any example for implementation ?

thank you
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by:Javatm
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Treetable in swing?

I only know JTree and JTable can you give me a screenshot of what you need or maybe post a link of an example.
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Have you considered JSF  ?
http://www.javalobby.org/eps/backbase/
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by:raysee
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ya ya rrz I found JSF solution for my problem ... that is the myfaces project of Apache         http://myfaces.apache.org/

I did not use it till now but I will use it ...

and I found your link backbase IDE ... for AJAX because I have been planning to add AJAX to my GUI ... so you have my thanks ...
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in backbase site they never mentioned price of struts version and JSF version do you know the prices ?

and in the client community edition which is available for free of cost is it possible to develop struts and JSF applications ?

thank you.
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by:rrz
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Thanks for the points.   Sorry I don't  any prices.
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