Tree properties - Data tab

Applications module Tree Properties

Data

Data group

Select the data group whose data will be displayed in the tree structure.

Filter
Opens a dialog where a filter can be set up.

Key

Here, select a field that contains unique values that allow an individual tree node to be identified. This does not have to be the primary key of the data group.

Parent key

Here, a field will be selected where the tree control will automatically enter the ID of the superior folder, as soon as a new folder is created in the browser.

Create new data field
Opens a dialog where a new data field which contains unique integer values for the identification of data records can be created in the selected data group.

Title

Select a field in here that contains the title of the folder.

Additional settings
Opens a dialog where the presentation of the tree can be limited to subareas.

Sorting

Order

The field that you enter here defines the sorting of the folders that can be found on the same level.

Create new data field
Opens a dialog where a new data field, which will be used for the sorting of the entries in the tree, can be created.

Please do not change the values that are to be connected here with the key, the superior key, and the order. These values will be automatically managed by the tree control when new folders are created or existing folders are changed. The functionality of the tree control cannot be guaranteed if this occurs.

Icons

Icon

Here, select the data field that contains the desired images.

Default

The image that you enter as the default will be used when a folder is first created.

Edit
Opens a dialog where you can upload an image of your choice.

Icon selected

An image data field can be selected that represents folders that are currently selected in the browser.

Default

The image that you enter as the default will be used when a selected folder is first created.

Edit
Opens a dialog where you can upload an image of your choice.

Link destination

Entries composed in the browser will be stored in the individual folders. These entries can be further edited at any time.

Edit
For the Tree element, a jump is not possible because clicking on an entry selects that entry and therefore, a second action, such as loading a page, cannot be performed. Instead of this, JavaScript can be specified for various events.