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I need to automatically and dynamically generate an organization tree. The Data comes from an Oracle Database, where the hierarchy is well defined. But I can't seem to find any good way of generating the Tree Structure.

Using a tree-view won't work as there are some designations having 2 or more controlling authorities (i.e. 1 Node will have 2 Parents, AFAIK not possible in Treeview).

I tried to program the Organization Tree in MS Powerpoint, but can't seem to find an programmable interface for it (from VB).

I can't use any other third party tool like VISIO.

Can Anybody offer any help or suggestions ?

Regards

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Last Post by aparnesh
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aparnesh,

Have you tried adding a reference to "Microsoft PowerPoint XXX Object Library" to your project? Through the "Project / References" menu.

If so, sorry but it was obvious and I'll see what can be done in other ways. Otherwise, give me an update to see how it's going with it.

Thx

Yomet

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Hello Yomet

Yes, I did that. I can automate and create a powerpoint slide show, but can't manipulate the Organization chart. I looked through the examples in MSDN, and found one where You can add a box to the Org chart and create connectors and so on. But this code can only be run by a Powerpoint Macro, not from outside. So unfortunately it's not really helping me.

Thanks for trying. Pls let me know if you can find a way.

regards
Aparnesh

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Hi,

I am a beginner and would like to learn Programming concepts. First I want to learn VB.
Could anybody suggest me how to start?

Thanks,

Krish

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Install VB, get a beginner's book (There are 1000s available) and go through the book.

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aparnesh,

To finally give you an answer to your original posting.

I was thinking of creating a PowerPoint macro from VB and adding it to the PP project in order to get to the Org Chart control, however, when I try this the OrgChart control cannot be programmed using PP macros either.

In other words - I am stumped by this problem and cannot find a way to do this.

If anyone else knows how to do it I would be glad to hear from you.

Sorry.

Good luck and Happy Coding

Yomet

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Yomet

No Problem. Thanks for trying to help.

If I find a solution, I will post here

regards
Aparnesh

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I can advice you to use OrgPlus - that is organizational charting software that also works with Oracle Database and have a lot of features.

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Pritkoff
1. The last post was almost 3 yrs ago. Do u really think I am still bothered about it ?
2. I made it clear in my first post that I can't use any other third party software, so no need to plug something.

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