Noob question: How do I link to a Node through mouse pick

Im trying to access a node using the mouse pick tutorial.

in another thread some1 said use getParent() on the geometry and I found another that used this in his method

PickData closest = pickResults.getPickData( 0 );
                    Tile tile = (Tile) closest.getTargetMesh().getParent();

But I cant see any getParent() function on the javadoc for geometry or geombatch and i get the error

undefined method getParent() for Geom batch

using this code...

if ((MouseInput.get().isButtonDown(0))&&(waitingForClicks == true)) {
         Vector2f screenPos = new Vector2f();
         // Get the position that the mouse is pointing to
         screenPos.set(am.getHotSpotPosition().x, am.getHotSpotPosition().y);
         // Get the world location of that X,Y value
         Vector3f worldCoords = display.getWorldCoordinates(screenPos, 0);
         Vector3f worldCoords2 = display.getWorldCoordinates(screenPos, 1);
            System.out.println( worldCoords );
            // Create a ray starting from the camera, and going in the direction
         // of the mouse's location
         Ray mouseRay = new Ray(worldCoords, worldCoords2
         // Does the mouse's ray intersect the box's world bounds?
         buildingsNode.findPick(mouseRay, pr);
         //for (int i = 0; i < pr.getNumber(); i++) {
         //    pr.getPickData(i).getTargetMesh(tempNode);
            PickData target = pr.getPickData( 0 );
                tempNode = (Node) target.getTargetMesh().getParent();

Could any1 please explain why my version doesnt work or a way to find the pickdata meshs node its linked to pls?

try target.getTrargetMesh().getParentGeom().getParent()

the sources are usually a better documentation than the javadocs  :wink:

I think that using Eclipse with source code attached is the more confortable way to go.

Other IDEs may be as confortable, but I don't know.