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Combobox user control

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I need to have a combobox functionality (ie. be able to type and/or
select from list). I'm using the combobox control from
metabuilders.com. For the most part, this control does exactly what I
want it to do.

One flaw: when i set the autopostback to true, it seems to have no
effect on the control. I have a selectedindexchanged event handler
that is suppose to fire when the index of the user control changes.
It is only fired when the next postback occurs (ie. a button click).

Has anyone that has used this user control ran into the same problem
and has a fix? Or can someone suggest another third party control
that has similar functionalty to this?

Thanks in advance
Julie Barnet
Jul 19 '05 #1
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if it allows you to, just manually write in the onchange event yourself

onchange="javascript:__doPostBack('ddlInstance','' )"

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I need to have a combobox functionality (ie. be able to type and/or
select from list). I'm using the combobox control from
metabuilders.com. For the most part, this control does exactly what I
want it to do.

One flaw: when i set the autopostback to true, it seems to have no
effect on the control. I have a selectedindexchanged event handler
that is suppose to fire when the index of the user control changes.
It is only fired when the next postback occurs (ie. a button click).

Has anyone that has used this user control ran into the same problem
and has a fix? Or can someone suggest another third party control
that has similar functionalty to this?

Thanks in advance
Julie Barnet

Jul 19 '05 #2

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