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    How to search through a treenode and display results in a table?


    Hi,

    I´m at the design stage of a little tool which should search through a treepanel and find the text property of a node. The results of the search should be listed in a way which enables the user to perform a function on the nodes in the list...eg...open parent node or something else.

    I haven´t done this before so before I start scratching my head and hacking code, I thought i´d ask here.

    Hope it´s not too vague.

    yours,

    Rob

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    You can cascade through starting at the root node.
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