Alternate controls in a treeview

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  1. James Atherton
    James Atherton avatar
    4 posts
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    Sep 2009

    Posted 08 Sep 2009 Link to this post

    I have a number of configurations in my application that I would like to enter into a treeview.  For instance:

    Parent Configs
    ---{CheckBox} Allow posting:
    ------ Posting Account: {ComboBox}
    ---{CheckBox} Post Payments
    ------ Payment Number: {TextBox}
    ------ Payment Account: {ComboBox}

    Something like the above, Perhaps even add descriptions to each node.  An example of someone who already does this IntegralUI TreeView for .NET WinForms I think it would be a great feature for your product.

    That being said, is there any way to do this, even through code?  Even if the ComboBox or TextBox needed to be their own node, I could put them as a child under the description, that's no big deal.  Any thoughts, or ideas?
  2. Victor
    Victor avatar
    1358 posts

    Posted 11 Sep 2009 Link to this post

    Hello James Atherton,

    Thank you for the questions.

    I am afraid that RadTreeNode currently does not support such a layout. Also please note that the only editor which is currently supported is the text box editor. The other editors (combobox, datetime picker, spin editor etc.) are currently under development and they will be available in future (most likely Q1 2010).

    Please write again if you have other questions.

    All the best,
    the Telerik team

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  3. Stefan
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    2911 posts

    Posted 23 Mar 2011 Link to this post

    Hi James Atherton,

    Please note that in Q1 2011 we have introduced a major upgrade of RadTreeView control, which is now virtualized and fully customizable. Feel free to download the latest release and try it out. For more information on our latest release refer to this blog post.
    the Telerik team
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