Storing Data from a Tree View Control

Posted on 2007-03-23
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Last Modified: 2010-04-16
Hi All,
I have a treeview control.  I want to find out which (if any) nodes are checked.  I then want to store this information.  In this control, if the root node is checked, then I don't need to traverse the tree.  If however the root node is not selected, I do have a recursive function to check each of the child nodes already.

I need to know how to store the information in some kind of array or collection, be able to add to it, and eventually list its contents.

Thanks in advance!
Question by:ericlockshine
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kosturdur earned 500 total points
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If I were you I could store them in an xml(file) but you could also store them in an object oriented table.

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sample for your XML.

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Thanks for the Idea.  I think I will store them in a local table since I already have a datasource open.

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