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Does anyone have a good javascript/css/ajax hierarchy tree script (like an organization chart)?

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Hi,

I cant seem to find any decent scripts that will read an xml file and show a collapsible hierarchy that looks like an organization chart.  I attached a picture of what I am talking about.  All I seem to be able to find is a windows explorer type script that shows folders and subfolders.

Can anyone point me in the right direction?
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You might have to try a two phase approach.
1. Find an XML to JS array parser
2. Find a script to visually represent a JS array
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