Okay Guys and Gals; I'm throwing the gauntlet down here. I've been trying to do this for days and I'm running out of time, patience and hair!
What I am trying to achieve is very simple.
I have a nice simple table called WorkItem which has the following columns:
Now comes the interesting bit....
The WorkItemTypeID comes from a Hierarchical table...
||David St. Hubbins
This hierarchy can be many levels deep and is therefore best represented as a tree. So I chose a TreeView in asp.net since that seemed the simplest option.
However, while it is mere childsplay to edit a row in a GridView and have a DropDownList control represent the possible values for a single column, it is much the reverse when trying to show a TreeView for a different kind of column.
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