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DHTML Tree View of Arbitrary Depth using AJAX

, 25 Aug 2005
This article provides a gentle introduction to AJAX by applying that technology to significantly enhance a tree previously rendered using JavaScript.
<?xml version="1.0"?>
<!-- 
    Note: As an alternative to hand editing this file you can use the 
    web admin tool to configure settings for your application. Use
    the Website->Asp.Net Configuration option in Visual Studio.
    A full list of settings and comments can be found in 
    machine.config.comments usually located in 
    \Windows\Microsoft.Net\Framework\v2.x\Config 
-->
<configuration xmlns="http://schemas.microsoft.com/.NetConfiguration/v2.0">
	<appSettings/>
	<connectionStrings/>
	<system.web>
		<!-- 
            Set compilation debug="true" to insert debugging 
            symbols into the compiled page. Because this 
            affects performance, set this value to true only 
            during development.
        -->
		<compilation debug="true"/>
		<!--
            The <authentication> section enables configuration 
            of the security authentication mode used by 
            ASP.NET to identify an incoming user. 
        -->
		<authentication mode="Windows"/>
		<!--
            The <customErrors> section enables configuration 
            of what to do if/when an unhandled error occurs 
            during the execution of a request. Specifically, 
            it enables developers to configure html error pages 
            to be displayed in place of a error stack trace.

        <customErrors mode="RemoteOnly" defaultRedirect="GenericErrorPage.htm">
            <error statusCode="403" redirect="NoAccess.htm"/>
            <error statusCode="404" redirect="FileNotFound.htm"/>
        </customErrors>
        -->
	</system.web>
</configuration>

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Adrian Holland
Architect Webefinity
Australia Australia
Adrian is current the Solution Architect at CubeBuild.com.

The core of CubeBuild is a website and application platform that is pluggable into ASP.NET MVC. Any MVC application can have content authoring added to its pages with little effort, and new content types are created using IronPython.NET open source components.

We are currently deploying a Point of Service (Web based POS) built on CubeBuild which allows a single web channel for face-to-face sales, and sales through your online store. All from a single inventory base, and from any device.

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