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Autopostback does not appear to indicate selected value of combobox

Posted on 2004-08-04
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Code warriors,

I set up my asp.net app with a combobox set to autopostback = true.

However when an item is selected and the MyComboBox_SelectedIndexChanged fires the selected index item does not appear to change.  Whats going on?

I read elsewhere about having to initialize a combo box in order to work with events but the trigger mechanism appears to work ok.

Any suggestions?  I'm doing my code in VB.

Thank You,

Ted
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post your code for the combo box
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are you populating/loading the "MyComboBox" at Page_Load.. ?
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by:tcalbaz
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Duh!
I think I am coding too much.
Thanks DotNetLover!

Ted
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