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Which technology to use to render tree structure on UI.  RSS feed

 
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Hi all

I need to decide on a technology for a requirement to display tree on ui.
i have some data in java objects forms which has to be rendered in form of tree on UI.
java objects are going to be objects (Account object) .Each Account object can have nested Account objects inside.
One account can have many acconuts inside .
Technologies in my mind were:
Jquery tool
ANTLR.
XML
which one of them is good and easy to use.If any one has some examples on this, that would be great.
Also java-class structure equivalent i decide is :Account Class should have Map of Accounts.

 
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That very much depends on what the UI is. Swing? Web application? Console? Something else?
 
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MY UI is based on JSP/JSTL (taglibs,display tag lib) and includes javascript ,some small external javascript libraries and whole development is based on java 5 with Spring framework.

I am thinking to have Java code like this:
 
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You asked about technology to display or render a tree structure. But you keep speculating about data structures which you would use to store a tree structure in your data model.

So what's your question? Are you really asking about how to display the tree, or how to store it?
 
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Hi

Yes i am actually interested in how to display a tree structure and store it and i
mentioned java structure to tell readers my current state that i thought could be helpful in making some suggestions.


 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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