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How to edit hierarchy to add new child values using JSON files

I have two JSON files, Parent and Child.

How do I databind these for hierarchical editing using Knockout.JS / XEditable
in a HTML5 page.

eg edit Child and Add related records

Please provide samples and Code if possible
Thankyou
T1-Parent.JSON.txt
T2-Child.JSON.txt
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XGIS
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RobOwner (Aidellio)Commented:
You can do this with pure JavaScript.

http://jsbin.com/bohug/1/edit

Why the need for knockout? Is the data tired to the ui ? ?

var mychildren = [{'CID':'1','CIDName':'Parent 1','PID':'1'},{'CID':'2','CIDName':'Parent 2','PID':'2'},{'CID':'3','CIDName':'Parent 3','PID':'3'},{'CID':'4','CIDName':'Parent 1','PID':'1'},{'CID':'5','CIDName':'Parent 1','PID':'1'},{'CID':'6','CIDName':'Parent 2','PID':'2'},{'CID':'7','CIDName':'Parent 3','PID':'3'}];
var myparents = [{'PID':'1','PIDName':'Parent 1'},{'PID':'2','PIDName':'Parent 2'},{'PID':'3','PIDName':'Parent 3'}];

for (var chd in mychildren) {
    for (var prt in myparents) {
        if (mychildren[chd].PID == myparents[prt].PID) {
            mychildren[chd].parent = myparents[prt];
        }
    }
}

console.log(mychildren);

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XGISAuthor Commented:
Hello Rob.... thankyou for that clarification.... no it would be me that is 'tired'...  for not realising it...  and I am also  re'tiring' conventional sql but it is definitely not tied to the page, only to the controls it is servicing at the time and most likely provided in a JSON file that is being appended with child records and synchronised between users during a session.
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