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radio button checked change event question

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Hi all,

I need to handle the checked change event for a radiobutton,
but without the autopostback property set to true. Is that possible?
The objective is to maintain the status of the same page, and only
handling the event within the group of radiobuttons that I have defined
inside the page.

Thanks,

Carlos.
Nov 19 '05 #1
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Hello Carlos,

You are looking for a client-side solution? Use javascript.

You can easily add a client-side event to a checkbox.
CheckBox1.Attributes.Add("onclick", "alert('Test');")

If you really need to do server side programmation, then the postback seems
to be the only way if you don't wanna do remote web services behaviors.

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Jean-Claude Morin, MCP
Software Developer
2k1Soft, Canada
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Hi all,

I need to handle the checked change event for a radiobutton,
but without the autopostback property set to true. Is that possible?
The objective is to maintain the status of the same page, and only
handling the event within the group of radiobuttons that I have defined
inside the page.

Thanks,

Carlos.

Nov 19 '05 #2

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