cakePHP 2.0 find('threaded') Issue

I am running the following in my Jobs controller.

$this->set('jobs', $this->Job->find('threaded', array('conditions' => array('' => 20))));

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Now on my view I am displaying $jobs in my foreach loop fine but my issue is I have children linked to using the field parent_id. I know the link works fine because I can see the children in the array.

[0] => Array
        [Job] => Array
                [id] => 20
                [parent_id] => 0
                [rght] => 2
                [lft] => 1
                [client_id] => tasd
                [contact] => asdf
                [email] => sdf
                [address] => 
                [lat] => 
                [long] => 
                [user_id] => 1
                [request_type_id] => Electrical
                [date_start] => 0000-00-00 00:00:00
                [date_end] => 0000-00-00 00:00:00
                [date_complete] => 0000-00-00 00:00:00
                [date_closed] => 0000-00-00 00:00:00
                [status] => completed
                [brief_desc] => aasdf
                [desc] => asdfasdf
                [cost_est] => 3434.00
                [cost_actual] => 
                [created] => 2011-12-18 20:39:24
                    [modified] => 2011-12-18 20:39:24

        [Children] => Array
                [0] => Array
                        [id] => 21
                        [parent_id] => 20

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I would like to display the child jobs under the parent jobs. Exactly how nested comments should work. Any would be great.

Is there a cake way of doing this? or some sort of sub foreach loop?

Thanks in advanced.
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did you try this:

i guess recursive = 2 might do what you want.

If not, you might need to write a recursive function.

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