Treeview, dynamically built from database

Posted on 2009-04-20
Last Modified: 2012-05-06
Good morning,
Im a little stuck trying to find an example of a treeview used in aspx to dyanimacally build the branches (when the branch is expanded, it builds on the branches below) from a mSQL database.

I cannot figure out how I bind a treview to a database, or what fields I need to have in the tables, however can find loads of xml examples.

Does anyone have an example I can look at, to get an idea of where to go here.

Thanks in advance.
Question by:tonelm54

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    Sorry, for what I know, some people call Microsoft SQL mSQL or msSQL.
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