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Struts and Beehive

 
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I just need a small clarification regarding the Apache Beehive .We are building a web application using struts framework where we have a requirement of building a dynamic tree in the front-end. This tree takes the xml file as input from the server which has its structure .In addition
to this, we also need to give a right-click event option inorder to add the tree nodes based on their name. This event will in-turn open a window for user inputs.While googling i could see some tree components in BEEHIVE.I just want to know whether usage of NETUI in BEEHIVE will
solve the problem.

I also found that pollinate is a plug-in for eclipse to build the beehive application.Will
it be useful to me as i have used eclipse and myeclipse till now.
 
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i didnot understand your problem
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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