5 11 2014
Overview Of Tree
A type of data structure in which each element is attached to one or more elements directly beneath it is known as tree. The connections between elements are called branches. A Tree control provides an easy way to browse through any data. Tree control consists of a set of Tree Node definitions and can fill its data from various data population approaches. Tree Nodes are inheritable and can be published with or without child nodes. Tree and TreeNodes help you to develop a rich UI component, almost instantly. By combining Trees with Editor Pads, you can quickly build functions similar to Windows-Explorer view (eg: Plan First Explorer).
The user can add new tree from search tree page. There are mainly two tabs on the page which allows the user to add a new tree.
1. Tree Nodes
Here the user can add child tree nodes to the tree. Here the user can create new child tree nodes and then add to the tree.
Apps First provides the user an opportunity of reusing already created controls, menus forms etc without losing security. While adding each control Apps First ensure its security. For that purpose security tab is given while creating a new tree. There are four types of security models. ID field shows Identifier of the application. OwnerApp field shows the name of the application. ResourceID field shows identifier of the resource. Alternative ID field shows the user alternative identifier of the application. Here the user can also set the new connection as default connection.