Methods

This section describes methods that can be called to manipulate the TreeMap widget.

beginUpdate()

Prevents the widget from refreshing until the endUpdate() method is called.

The beginUpdate() and endUpdate() methods prevent the widget from excessive updates when you are changing multiple widget settings at once. After the beginUpdate() method is called, the widget does not update its UI until the endUpdate() method is called.

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clearSelection()

Deselects all nodes in the widget.

To deselect a particular node, call its select(state) method.

drillUp()

Drills one level up.

To learn how to implement the drill down functionality, see the drillDown() method description.

element()

Gets the root element of the widget.

Return Value: jQuery
The root element of the widget.
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endUpdate()

Refreshes the widget after a call of the beginUpdate() method.

Main article: beginUpdate()

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exportTo(fileName, format)

Exports the widget into a document with a specified name and format.

Parameters:
fileName: String
The name of a destination file.
format: String
A required format.
Accepted Values: 'PNG' | 'PDF' | 'JPEG' | 'SVG' | 'GIF'
NOTE
IE9 and Safari on Mac OS do not implement an API for saving files. Therefore, exporting in these browsers requires setting up a server-side proxy. For details, refer to the export | proxyUrl option description.
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getCurrentNode()

Returns the current node.

Return Value: TreeMap Node
The current node.
NOTE
If the drill down feature is not implemented, this method returns the root node.
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getDataSource()

Returns the DataSource instance.

Return Value: DataSource
The DataSource instance.
NOTE
This method returns the DataSource instance even if the dataSource option of the widget was given a simple array.
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getRootNode()

Returns the root node.

Return Value: TreeMap Node
The root node.
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hideLoadingIndicator()

Conceals the loading indicator.

Although the loading indicator hides automatically when the widget is ready, you can hide it from code at the required time using the hideLoadingIndicator() method.

If you need to show the loading indicator, invoke the showLoadingIndicator() method.

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hideTooltip()

Hides the tooltip.

Use this and showTooltip() methods to change the visibility of the tooltip programmatically.

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instance()

Returns this widget's instance. Use it to access other methods of the widget.

Return Value: Object
This widget's instance.
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off(eventName)

Detaches all event handlers from the specified event.

Parameters:
eventName: String
The name of the event to unsubscribe from.
Return Value: Object
The object for which this method is called.
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off(eventName, eventHandler)

Detaches a particular event handler from the specified event.

Parameters:
eventName: String
The name of the event to unsubscribe from.
eventHandler: function
The handler to be detached from the specified event.
Return Value: Object
The object for which this method is called.
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on(eventName, eventHandler)

Subscribes to a specified event.

Parameters:
eventName: String
The name of the event to be subscribed.
eventHandler: function
An event handler for the specified event.
Return Value: Object
The object for which this method is called.

Use this method to subscribe to one of the events listed in the Events section.

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on(events)

Subscribes to the specified events.

Parameters:
events: Object
An object of the following structure: { "eventName1": handler1, "eventName2": handler2, ...}
Return Value: Object
The object for which this method is called.

Use this method to subscribe to several events with one method call. Available events are listed in the Events section.

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option()

Gets the widget's options.

Return Value: Object
The widget's options.
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option(optionName)

Gets a specific option value.

Parameters:
optionName: String
The option name or the full path to the option.
Return Value: any
This option value.
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option(optionName, optionValue)

Assigns a new value to a specific option.

Parameters:
optionName: String
The option name or the full path to the option.
optionValue: any
A new value for this option.
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option(options)

Sets one or more options.

Parameters:
options: Object
The options along with their new values.
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print()

Opens the browser's print window.

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render()

Redraws the widget.

Normally, the widget will redraw itself automatically after the browser window is resized. But on rare occasions, you may need to request the redrawing, e.g., after the widget container is resized. For this purpose, call the render() method.

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resetDrillDown()

Resets the drill down level.

Calling this method makes the root level the current one. If you need to drill one level up or down, use the drillUp() method of the widget or the drillDown() method of a node.

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showLoadingIndicator()

Displays the loading indicator.

This method shows the loading indicator. To hide it, call the hideLoadingIndicator() method.

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svg()

Returns the widget's SVG markup.

Return Value: String
The widget's SVG markup.