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Functions for managing Organization Chart controls (prefix syntax)
The following functions are used to manage the Organization Chart controls (via an prefix syntax):
<Organization Chart>.AddAdds a new root element into an Organization Chart control.
<Organization Chart>.AddChildAdds a child element into an Organization Chart control.
<Organization Chart>.DeleteDeletes an element and its "children" from an Organization Chart control.
<Organization Chart>.DeleteAllDeletes all elements from an Organization Chart control.
<Organization Chart>.DisplayReinitializes the content of an Organization Chart control from its data source (HFSQL data file for example).
<Organization Chart>.InfoXYReturns the index of the element found at a given position in an Organization Chart control.
<Organization Chart>.ModifyModifies an element in an Organization Chart control.
<Organization Chart>.OccurrenceReturns the number of elements found in an Organization Chart control.
<Organization Chart>.SaveImageCreates an image representing the entire Organization Chart control.
<Organization Chart>.SelectReturns the index of the selected element in an Organization Chart control.
<Organization Chart>.SelectMinusDeselects an element from an Organization Chart control.
<Organization Chart>.SelectPlusSelects an element in an Organization Chart control.
Related Examples:
WD Flowchart Training (WINDEV): WD Flowchart
[ + ] This example is used to create organization charts.
An organization chart is used to indicate the repartition of the managers within a company and the relationships that exist between these managers.
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