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Hi friends,

I need to create a tree structure dynamically in a JSP page with expanding and shrinking options...It will be like a customer having many accounts and each account will have its own data...so whenever the customer clicks on the (+) button of some account number it should expand and show the contents from which he can further dig down...the main problem is I have to do this with J2SE1.2...thats y I am not able to use netUI...I cannot go for Applet/Swing also...Can anyone suggest a good approach to achieve this?
 
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A lot of people ask this question here.
There are a lot of different answers because there are several approaches to this.

Try searching this forum with keyword 'tree'.
 
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