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   can any one suggest where can i get a tree view control. for the tree view i show should have the logic for

" node is checked / unchecked all the child nodes also get checked / unchecked. "

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http://www.obout.com/

His treeview component is what I use on my intranet applications and it is very user friendly. He does have a free demo of the treeview which is good for about 90 days, after that a label gets applied over the view telling you to purchase the component.

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thanks for u r suggestion.


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