PROBLEM Using custom attributes for nodes SOLUTION RadTreeView 3.0 does not support custom attributes per tree nodes. We'll surely add this functionality in future releases of the product. For the time being, here's an work-around - you can use the Value or Category attributes to store custom values in (say) comma separated format. Here's an example:
<Node Text="Some Text" Value="5,24,PhD,John,Stefanovich" ... />
After postback you can get alll values using the String.Split method, e.g.
Array values = node.Value.Split(',');
int id = int.Parse(values);
int age = int.Parse(values);
string title = values;
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