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Create a TreeView using C#

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I need some help with a C# problem. I have a database that has three tables in it:

ServerStatus
Server
Database

What I want to do is create a TreeView that looks like this:

- Server Status
  - Server
    - Database

eg.

- Online
  - ApplicationServer20
    - AdventureWorks
    - Pubs
    - Northwind
+ Offline
+ Shutdown

Does anyone know how I can implement this?
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you can add nodes in tree after getting result set from you query like
//--------------------------------------------------------------
foreach (DataRow row in ds.Tables[0].Rows)
                {
                           TreeNode newNode = new TreeNode(row["Column_NAME"].ToString());
                            treeView1.Nodes.Add(newNode);
                     }//end for
//--------------------------------------------------------------------
then you can add further child nodes through Recursive function  
OR
on node click event i.e.
treeView1.SelectedNode.Nodes.Add(newNode);

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