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5 replies Latest Post - ‏2013-01-25T20:57:02Z by SystemAdmin
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Pinned topic Multiple Selection TreeView- add a new file into-Dojo Tool Kit folder-

‏2013-01-23T09:37:53Z |
Hello All, I need to add another directory into DojoTool kit in Process Designer for the purpose of using TreeView with multi-selection. However I do not seem to be able to get "Dojo toolkit path" .

The hierarchy is as follows ;
/dojotoolkit
/dijit
/dojo
/util
/newFolder * is what I need to add
Does anybody know how to do so ? I really appreciate your help .
Regards ,
Updated on 2013-01-25T20:57:02Z at 2013-01-25T20:57:02Z by SystemAdmin
  • kolban
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    Re: Multiple Selection TreeView- add a new file into-Dojo Tool Kit folder-

    ‏2013-01-23T17:37:57Z  in response to SystemAdmin
    Hmmm ... can you back up a bit? The Dojo Toolkit is a set of modules provided. What makes you think that you need to add a new folder? What is the goal you are trying to achieve? The Dojo Toolkit as provided by BPM should really not be touched. Where are you seeing a "recipe" that says you need to alter the existing Dojo directory structures?

    Neil
    • SystemAdmin
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      Re: Multiple Selection TreeView- add a new file into-Dojo Tool Kit folder-

      ‏2013-01-24T08:10:12Z  in response to kolban
      Hello Neil,

      What I need to do is actually to create a dijit/Tree which can enable the user to select multiple tree-node . However, please correct me if I'm wrong and please give me another recommendation, I am not able to have such a multiple-selectable checkbox tree-view with the default dijit/Tree that comes with Process Designer . That's why I've made a research on the web and found someone who made it possible by a custom library that is called cbtree/Tree. He recommends to unzip the cbtree package in the '/dojotoolkit' directory which will create a new '/cbtree' directory like

      /dojotoolkit
      /cbtree ****NEW FOLDER*****
      /dijit
      /dojo
      /util
      By this way, I will be able to add a moduleID that is "cbtree/Tree" and I can make use of it in the load function meaning that I can create a new Tree by referencing cbtree.Tree as follows ;

      var tree_obj = new Tree({
      model: treeModel,
      id: "earthTree",
      },
      "CheckboxTree");
      However, the thing is that I am not able to import another library into /dojotoolkit folder since there is no way to reach it :)

      The link for checkbox tree is : http://thejekels.com/cbtree/documentation/CheckBoxTree.md
      I really appreciate your help, thanks.

      Serhat
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      Re: Multiple Selection TreeView- add a new file into-Dojo Tool Kit folder-

      ‏2013-01-24T09:18:36Z  in response to kolban
      Neil, this is an example of what I would like to end up with. I guess I am not able to apply this on my coach view, am I ? The dojo-toolkit version that comes with Process designer does not allow me to use dojoType="TreeNode" as used in this example.

      http://ait.web.psi.ch/js/dojo/tests/widget/tree/test_tree_10.html
      • kolban
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        Re: Multiple Selection TreeView- add a new file into-Dojo Tool Kit folder-

        ‏2013-01-24T18:05:17Z  in response to SystemAdmin
        Aha. I think this is an instance of creating a new Dijit Widget type. I have done this before and wrote it up as a set of notes. See pages 297 onwards at the PDF downloadable here:

        https://www.ibm.com/developerworks/forums/thread.jspa?threadID=403721

        Have a study of that and if questions arise, post back. Hopefully there won't be anything in the widget you have obtained which "requires" a relative location in the Dojo package. If there is, then it is a very naughty widget.

        Neil
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          Re: Multiple Selection TreeView- add a new file into-Dojo Tool Kit folder-

          ‏2013-01-25T20:57:02Z  in response to kolban
          Yep, I guess this is what I've been looking for :) I let you know as soon as I apply this to my problem.

          Thank you so much.