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how to create tree like structure on asp.net web page

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I am working in asp.net web site in C# 2005
in this i want to show a tree like structures for all the department who linked to different people on a web page.

now the structure should like SQL Server Data diagram.  In which table comes in Rectangles boxes and relation with other tables comes with a line.

Please give me some ideas how can i do this on a web page. (third party tool should be the last option for this)

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by:AswinKrishnan
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why dont you try using the default Asp.Net Tree Control ?

More Info :

http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/d4fz6xk2(VS.80).aspx
http://www.15seconds.com/issue/041117.htm

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by:ziorrinfotech
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Hi AswinKrishnan

Thanks for your reply
Actually my requirement is to make the tree like stucutre exactly same as it is in SQL DATA daiagram view.
where you can move each table then the relationship lines grow or shrinks as well.

and i donot think so that normal tree view contol can give all this. Right?
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AswinKrishnan earned 125 total points
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For that i dont think you can use tree view or extend the tree view control, i think you should try a flowchart control,
i did a quick google and i was able to find a c++ tutorial and a .net shareware control

Please go through these (hope it helps)

http://www.codeproject.com/KB/miscctrl/flowcharteditor.aspx
http://mindfusion.eu/flowchart-net.html
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