EasyUI tree table displaying Json data

Use the TreeGrid component of EasyUI to format and display the Json data. First, read in the Json file, turn it into a Map object, recurse each Map, and determine whether its value is the basic type or Map. If the base type, the attribute node. If Map is an object, it needs to be traversed again.

1.Map resolves Tree objects

Tree object

public class DisplayFieldTest {
	
   private Integer id; // Field key value
   private String name; // Field code name 
   private String expectValue; // value 
   private Integer _parentId;//Parent node ID
   private String  state;//The status is open and closed by default
   private String  iconCls;//Icon
   private String  checked;//Is it checked? 
    //Omit set get
}

Tools and methods

import java.io.File;
import java.io.IOException;
import java.util.ArrayList;
import java.util.HashMap;
import java.util.List;
import java.util.Map;

import com.fasterxml.jackson.core.JsonParseException;
import com.fasterxml.jackson.databind.JsonMappingException;
import com.fasterxml.jackson.databind.ObjectMapper;

/**
 * Json Tool class for converting objects into tree structured objects 
 */
public class JsonConverTreeTest { 
	
	/**
	 * Parse json in Map format and return the collection
	 * 
	 * @param mapObj   Object node
	 * @param name   Node at this level
	 * @param fatherMap   Parent name and ID
	 * @param displays   Tree set
	 * @param type Processing type 1 is a normal tree 2 with a sub object as the tree
	 * @return
	 */
	public List<DisplayFieldTest> parse(Object mapObj, String name,Map<String, Integer> fatherMap, List<DisplayFieldTest> displays,String type) {
		 if (mapObj instanceof Map) {
			Map map = (Map) mapObj;
			for (Object key : map.keySet()) {
				//Attribute node
				if (!(map.get(key) instanceof Map)) { 
					Integer fatherId = (Integer) fatherMap.get(name);
					if (fatherId == null) {
						if(!"".equals(name)){ 
						   fatherId = displays.size();// Current value as ID, starting with 0
						   fatherMap.put(name, fatherId); 
						} 
					}
					DisplayFieldTest disField = new DisplayFieldTest();
					disField.set_parentId(fatherId);
					disField.setId(displays.size() + 1);
					disField.setName((String) key);   
				    disField.setExpectValue(map.get(key).toString()); 
					displays.add(disField); 
				} else {//Object node
					Integer fatherId = (Integer) fatherMap.get(name);
					if (fatherId == null) {
						if (!"".equals(name)) {
							fatherId = displays.size();// Current value as ID, starting with 0
							fatherMap.put(name, fatherId);
						}

					}
					DisplayFieldTest disField = new DisplayFieldTest();
					disField.set_parentId(fatherId);
					disField.setId(displays.size() + 1);
					disField.setState("closed");
					disField.setName((String) key);
					displays.add(disField);
					parse(map.get(key), name + "." + (String) key, fatherMap,
							displays,"");
				}
			}
		}
		return displays;
	}

	public static void main(String[] args) throws JsonParseException,
			JsonMappingException, IOException {
		ObjectMapper objMapper = new ObjectMapper();
		Map<String, Integer> mapFatherMap = new HashMap<String, Integer>();
		List<DisplayFieldTest> fields = new ArrayList<DisplayFieldTest>();
		String strText = "d:/hardware.json";
		Map map = objMapper.readValue(new File(strText), Map.class);
		JsonConverTreeTest conv = new JsonConverTreeTest();
		List<DisplayFieldTest> DisplayFieldTests = conv.parse(map, "", mapFatherMap,
				fields,"1");
		System.out.println("fields :" + DisplayFieldTests.toString());
	}

}

2. View layer request and EasyUI display

Controller call

@ResponseBody
@RequestMapping("getLogTree.do")
public  Map<String, Object> getTreeById() throws Exception{ 
		Map<String, Object> treeMap = new HashMap<String, Object>(); 
		ObjectMapper objMapper = new ObjectMapper();
		Map<String, Integer> mapFatherMap = new HashMap<String, Integer>();
		List<DisplayFieldTest> fields = new ArrayList<DisplayFieldTest>();
		String strText = "d:/hardware.json";
		Map map = objMapper.readValue(new File(strText), Map.class);
		JsonConverTreeTest conv = new JsonConverTreeTest();
		List<DisplayFieldTest> displayFields = conv.parse(map, "", mapFatherMap,
				fields,"1");  
	    treeMap.put("total", displayFields.size() + "");
	    treeMap.put("rows", displayFields); 
		return treeMap; 
	} 

The TreeGrid component of EasyUI loads background data

function viewWindowTree() {
	$("#viewCycleTree").dialog({
		buttons : [ {
			text : 'Close',
			iconCls : 'icon-cancel',
			handler : function() {
				$('#viewCycleTree').window('close');
			}
		} ]
	});
	$("#viewCycleTree").dialog("open").dialog('setTitle ','view');
	$('#treetb').treegrid({
		width : 850,
		height : 400,
		url : getRootPath() + "/choose/getLogTree.do",
		method : 'post', // Request mode
		idField : 'id', // Define the key name field identifying the tree node
		treeField : 'name', // Define fields for tree nodes
		fit : true, // Mesh auto fill
		rownumbers : true,// Line number
		fitColumns : true, // Automatically resizes or shrinks columns to fit the width of the grid and prevents horizontal scrolling
		columns : [ [{
			field : 'name',
			title : 'Name',
			width : 150
		}, {
			field : 'expectValue',
			title : 'content',
			width : 550,
			align : 'center'
		} ] ]
	}); 
}

2. Renderings

                                

Figure. json data

                           

Figure. Tree table

Tags: Javascript JSON Java Attribute

Posted on Sun, 22 Mar 2020 08:34:46 -0700 by salim