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Problem Retrieving Values from CheckboxList nested inside Datalist Control

I have a Datalist control on my page that I have binded to a table of
available categories. In the Item Template I have a CheckboxList control
bound to the products available in each Category. I need to pull out of the
page which products the user has selected.

I have bound the products to the CheckboxList control in the ItemDataBound
event for the Datalist.

How can I extract what checkboxes have been selected inside the Datalist?


Jan 12 '06 #1
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CheckBoxList list =(CheckBoxList )
e.Item.FindCont rol("MyListIDor whateveryouname dit");

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