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  Asked By: Pallavi    Date: Sep 13    Category: Sharepoint    Views: 1409

I need to get the areas in a tree structure in a left navigation bar . how do
i get it.
Its something like when u click on manage Portal site u see a tree structure
this is coming from catman.aspx page , the similar kind of structure is
displayed when u click on change location on creating areas or sub areas , this
is picked up by categorypickeraspx . how do i get the same structure in the
left navigation pane.



5 Answers Found

Answer #1    Answered By: Naimish Ranganekar     Answered On: Sep 13

Do you want something already built or do you want to program it yourself? If
the former, you could look at the CorasWorks products, if the latter you can use
the object model+treeview control.

Answer #2    Answered By: Caleb Gordon     Answered On: Sep 13

I want the latter one . i.e i need to progam it can u please guide me how to go
about it

Answer #3    Answered By: Christie Carlson     Answered On: Sep 13

I'm afraid it's a bit more complex than would fit in an email, however you might
want to check out my article re: creating  a TreeView for document libraries at
http://www.asptoday.com/Content.aspx?id=2392. The process for creating an area
treeview would be similar. You will need to become familiar with the SharePoint
Portal Server object model - you can download the SDK from the MSDN site. Take
a look at the SharePoint.Portal.SiteData library for classes related to
individual and collections of Areas.

Answer #4    Answered By: Dorothy Farmer     Answered On: Sep 13

See if this link helps

Answer #5    Answered By: Jacklyn Burnett     Answered On: Sep 13

The Tree Structure Web Part is available ready for u in
There u can download the web part.
Then u need to do the following things:
1. Download the web part.
2. go to the .aspx page  where u need to display the web part.
3. Create a web part zone where u want it.
4.drag and drop the web part from the gallery.

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