No, that is not the link. I am using this code:
There are many tree codes out there. Just try to use one.
On Sun, 6 Oct 2002, Russell Griechen wrote:
> Mihail Bota" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>wrote:
> > Yes, there are. There is a pretty good php code, called HTML Tree which
> > can make trees, dynamically.
> I did a search in the Php Manual...but did not understand what I was looking
> I will look closer...Is this the link you were referring to.
> > Regarding the coding itself...you can have a simple table that records who
> > is ancestor of who. This is a solution. Another one, which is not so neat
> > is to create a table with 5 columns...one per generation.
> > Does this make sense?
> I must only enter an animal once ...and I want to have users update the
> database...sort of a DMOZ directory...with an editor/moderator approach for
> the different breeds/animals.
> I would like to have someone comment on whether the 2 tables mentioned would
> suffice and what functions...or code would be better to apply.
> Michael Koifler sp? in a book is purported to have a solution for
> heirarchical display...but I am over budget now on this project so if any
> one has seen this book and could help I would appreciate the code...until I
> can afford the book.
> see the tables in the original post below.
> Russell Griechen
> > On Sun, 6 Oct 2002, Russell Griechen wrote:
> > > I need to develop a tree-like pedigree of animals up to 5 generations.
> > > I know there are other attributes to the animal; but do I need anyother
> > > tables...assuming that I can develop all the code to generate these
> > > ancestors.
> > > I have developed a CSS positioning code that will place these results in
> > > neat 5 generation tree.
> > > Is there any other alternatives?
> > >
> > > Animal
> > > ID
> > > Name
> > >
> > > Foal
> > > ID
> > > SireID
> > > DamID
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