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How to expand a tree node when it's checked?

Posted on 2007-10-02
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Hi experts,

How can I expand a tree node when it's check box is checked or unchecked?

I also have a JavaScript function that runs after any node on the tree is checked that checks/inchecks its child nodes

i.e. onclick="treeViewCheck(event)

and i need this to run AFTER the tree node is expanded  

 Thanks a million
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srinivasbn earned 200 total points
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Hi

Write the code in AfterCheck event. The event will be handled in this event. Now write the expanding the selected node.
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by:kateL
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Hi srinivasbn,

So do you know the code for expanding the selected node with javascript?

I've been looking on the web for ages and can't find it
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Hi

I am really sorry, i am not well in javascript.
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