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Lightswitch TreeView Custom Control
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18 Sep 2011 12:42 AM


    A LightSwitch Tree View Custom control with source code:

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    20 Sep 2011 03:51 AM
    This looks great! Thanks. I have one question: Can I put this control in a modal window picker? Mark
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    20 Sep 2011 04:55 AM
    You have to ask that question on his site at:
    http://beutil.blogspot.com/2011/09/...es_18.html
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    20 Sep 2011 05:21 PM
    Hi Marc,

    Can I put this control in a modal window picker?



    Take a look: http://beutil.blogspot.com/2011/09/...indow.html
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    21 Sep 2011 07:05 AM
    How can I do to bind treeview custom control width and height with space than lightswitch provides to my control?

    Or how can I access to this information from custom control code?

    Thank a lot.

    daniel.
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    21 Sep 2011 07:14 AM
    Sorry! Previous question is for treeview lookup, for treeview screen (where treeview gets all screen) this code runs for me:


    x:Name="RootPanel" ...

    Width="{Binding ElementName=RootPanel, Path=Width}"
    Height="{Binding ElementName=RootPanel, Path=Height}"
    VerticalAlignment="Top"
    > ...
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    03 Oct 2011 06:26 PM
    is there sample project describe how to use this control?
    Thanks in advance
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    05 Feb 2012 09:31 PM
    Anyone have this in c# - I've run the vb.net code through a converter and it keeps generating errors.
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    27 Mar 2012 04:01 PM
    Hey , am new to Light Switch and i need your help how can i use this control as a custom control in lightswitch
    I have downloaded the code but then i dont know what to do next..

    thank you
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    27 Mar 2012 09:43 PM
    Posted By khairi on 28 Mar 2012 12:01 AM
    Hey , am new to Light Switch and i need your help how can i use this control as a custom control in lightswitch
    I have downloaded the code but then i dont know what to do next..

    thank you


    You have to ask that question on his site at:
    http://beutil.blogspot.com/2011/09/...es_18.html
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    05 Apr 2012 02:14 AM
    Hi everybody,

    I have update code and also I have wrote little documentation. You can see it at:
    http://beutil.blogspot.com.es/2012/...-crud.html

    At this time I have just publish and documented CRUD+cut&paste operations. I will publish Lookup operation nearly.

    Don't hesitate to contact me for more info: ctrl.alt.d at google email.
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    05 Apr 2012 06:35 AM
    Ready to download second part of project: tree lookups

    http://beutil.blogspot.com.es/2012/...oojup.html

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    07 Apr 2012 01:55 AM
    I share a new video. Treeview custom control managing a 2,5 Milions rows tree.

    http://youtu.be/9nPvesAYKn8
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    23 Aug 2012 07:46 PM
    Good morning Michael!

    I am new to this forum, my name is Alex Anton and I am trying to get over a certain problem.

    We are trying to build a project in LightSwitch using TreeView Custom Control.

    WE NEED to be able to edit the code behind the "+" button !!! from a custom screen called PDFViewerScreen when adding a element to the screen (not sure how can I upload a picture here, so I can be more specific).

    What basically needs to be done is automatically inserting a field to the database once the button is being pushed, this means custom control on the fields of the data to be inserted in the table...SO we need a bit more than what the graphical output creates (the visual actual tree). We also need to be able to "tell" the button to insert certain fields in the database.

    IS THERE ANY WAY we could edit the code behind the "+" button code and modify it (the button on the upper left page of a screen, the one that adds a new node to the tree)? We know we can edit the code behind buttons like Add, Edit, Delete, but not that specific "+" button we need.

    Thank you so much!

    Warm Regards,
    Alex Anton
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    23 Aug 2012 10:12 PM
    Manipulating the Tree control is an advanced Silverlight task. Unfortunately it is way too much to cover in a forum.
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