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Sir,
I am working with one project in which I am using servlets and I want to display the tree structure in the form of management herarichy(horizontal tree) and not like window explorer that can be done using swings.
so is there any ways in which I can display tree in horizontal(management type)?
 
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I am also working on this project where I have to make a project for multi level marketing. If you have any idea, plz mail me.......your help would be appreciated chaudharygaurav@yahoo.com
 
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"chaudharygaurav" -

Welcome to the JavaRanch! Please adjust your displayed name to meet the
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You can change it here.

The model behind JTree ( DefaultMutableTreeNode ) can easily model this information, but JTree does not have a built in way to present the information in this way... you would have to build it yourself...

Thanks! and welcome to the JavaRanch!
 
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