Declined
Last Updated: 03 Mar 2016 08:55 by Alan
Alan
Created on: 04 Nov 2015 23:16
Category: TreeView
Type: Feature Request
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simple way to hide root node of radtreeview, especially if not bound
A common request is to have a way to hide the root node of a RadTreeView so that the second-level nodes are displayed without a root.  If the RadTreeView is bound, it appears that this can be done through the hierarchical binding if one know what one is doing.  However, there does not seem to be a simple way to do it if the nodes to be added to the RadTreeView are added programmatically.  It would be helpful if there were a binary property on the RadTeeView to set whether the root node is displayed.


Reason for decline:
Both in databound tree or not , you can add only the items you need to display in the root source / root items collection of the tree. Generally, there is no value of hiding a root node that has children - why is inside the collection at all ?
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