[Dojo-interest] need coding help for creating dijit.tree widget using dynamic data

Peter Svensson psvensson at gmail.com
Mon Aug 25 11:25:57 UTC 2008

If you download the source version of Dojo (
there are some very good examples in the unit tests;


In this test a simple FileReadStore is used to hold the data in the file

My recommendation is to copy the files and to enter your own data in the
same format as the countries.json file, to get a feel for how to do it.


On Mon, Aug 25, 2008 at 1:15 PM, Tapan Ghia <tapan.ghia at gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi,
> I'm very new to DOJO. i want to know how we build an dijit.tree by the
> database value as an input, dynamically create JSON object and populating
> the tree widget. how can i create programmatically JSON object getting
> value
> from database table during onload page time.
> For example:
> i have a database table like college. it contains list of college names.
> 1) first time page loading i want to display the college names in the tree
> format.
> 2) if i click the any college name node, it expands the detail of child
> information getting from other database table. like departments - BSC, MCA,
> B.Com etc. likewise i want.
> could anyone please help me out for free source code. Using AJAX, Dojo
> V1.1.0 or V1.0.9 and IE6.
> Thanks in advance.
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