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Tree Builder

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Tree Builder with MS Access.

Sample Image - TreeBuilder.jpg

Introduction

This is a Visual Studio 2003 Project. This is a TreeView Explorer with MDI, Copy, Cut, Paste, Drag and Drop Functionality.

The sample creates, edits, deletes and saves trees in an MS Access database.

To run the project, the database file must be in the same path of the executable. I developed it first on VB, but then I decided to change it into C#. It is a very good sample for all developers who wish to explore the functionality of the TreeView and TreeNode controls...

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This article, along with any associated source code and files, is licensed under A Public Domain dedication

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About the Author

Guillermo Rivero
Software Developer (Senior) RIG Software, c.a.
United States United States
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Comments and Discussions

 
GeneralFormat of the DB Pinmembertheadmin30-Dec-07 13:12 
GeneralThanks...^^ Pinmemberbaesj894-Jul-07 3:33 
GeneralGreat...! Pinmember^John16-Nov-06 2:01 
Generalit's good ! but .... Pinmemberjmhc15-May-05 1:30 
GeneralRe: it's good ! but .... Pinmembermy liu12-Dec-05 23:54 
GeneralEXCELLENT! Pinmembergodfathers10-Feb-05 21:25 
Generalhelpful Pinmemberyoyuyoyuyo27-Aug-04 5:12 
GeneralDragDrop PinmemberErnest Morariu21-Nov-03 7:00 
GeneralRe: DragDrop PinmemberGuillermo Rivero21-Nov-03 8:31 
GeneralExcellent Pinmemberttyyuuii8-Sep-03 7:55 
GeneralThis is a VS.NET 2003 project PinmemberRay Cassick19-May-03 4:42 
GeneralRe: This is a VS.NET 2003 project PinmemberGuillermo Rivero19-May-03 4:52 

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