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Simply,

'If i have Mynode as New Treenode

'While i'm reading my database

'i define each parentNode and assign them a name, with

VB
Mynode.name = x


'But when i define my childNodes
'i also want to give them a name

'I want to write something like this, but this is obviously not working

VB
Mynode.child.name= y


How could i do this????
Thank you so much!
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Updated 6-Feb-15 3:58am
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You need to find the child node from the TreeNode.Nodes collection[^] of the parent. Once you have the actual node then you can set its name.
 
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Marcelo Ilardi 6-Feb-15 10:09am    
Can you give me an example with Code?
Richard MacCutchan 6-Feb-15 10:12am    
I've given you the link to the documentation, I suggest you look at the sample code on that page.
MyNode.nodes(0).name=y
 
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