The JWL Tree component

The hierarchical organisation of data stored on the client

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Breffni Coffey

Date archived: December 16, 2016 | First published: December 20, 2005

JWL (The JSF Widget Library) consists of a large number of complex components. These enable you to speedily build rich and reliable Web applications. The Tree Control is a prime example of such a component. The JWL components are currently shipping with IBM Websphere Studio Application Developer 5.1.2 (WSAD), IBM Rational Application Developer 6.0 (IRAD) and beyond. The tooling provided by IRAD allows you to simply and quickly develop complex Web applications using these components. This article will explain how to bind data to the JWL Tree component and easily configure the component to organise, manage, and display the data with minimal coding required.

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ArticleTitle=The JWL Tree component