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Hi,
I got an application where i got to display data in a tree structure to the client using a browser. The application requires the user to expand and collapse the tree.
I suggested using applet for this but my Project Manager is not convinced.
do we have a better option for doing this. Wont it be very difficult to do this using javascript?.
Please give me all the options available and which is the better one. Calling the servlet again and again to expand a node is not possible in this application.
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Please reply fast.
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Cherry,
Please refrain from posting the same question in multiple forums. Since your question has generated a response in Java In General (Intermediate), I'm closing this thread.
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