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    Default Treepanel with multiple levels.

    Hello,

    I haven't been able to find a simple example on how to configure a tree panel with hierarchical nodes as shown below. I have been able to get the Root and Subroots to populate but I really have no idea how to get the child nodes to populate in the subroots when the tree loads. Could you please direct me to examples or give me a simple code snippet to understand the configuration. Any help is greatly appreciated.


    Root
    Subroot 1
    Child1a
    Child1b
    Subroot 2
    Child2a
    Child2b


    Thank you.
    Akshara.

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    How are you getting the subroots to load? Should be able to use the children property of their data and pass in the children
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    Thank you Mitchell. That helped. When I get a chance, I will post the code here so that it'll be helpful for others. Thank you once again.

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