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How to Insert Data from drop-down list into DB?

Posted on 2004-09-07
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I have a drop-down list and an Insert button
How can I Insert data that choose from the drop-down list into DB?

Before this I have set the value for the parameter:
lst.setLocation("Place A");

and when I change to:
lst.getLocation(drop.SelectedItem.Text);

I have this error:
Method getLocation in type Loc.Location from assembly getLocation does not have an implementation.


Now what should I change to?

TQ!
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Question by:Cola78
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private void Button1_Click(object sender, System.EventArgs e)
{  :
   :
 lst.setLocation(drop.SelectedItem.Text);

}
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this is working..
but the problem is it will only insert the 1st item in the drop-down list regardless which items u select.
how can I make it to insert only the item I select?
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U can see this sample

Dim str() As String
Dim selected As String
For i As Integer = 0 To ListBox1.Items.Count - 1
           If ListBox1.Items(i).Selected = True Then
               selected = selected + ListBox1.Items(i).Text
               selected = selected + ","
           End If
       Next
       If Not selected = "" Then
           selected = Left(selected, Len(selected) - 1)
       End If
       str = selected.Split(CType(",", Char))

This way u can get a string array containing a list of selected items. U can insert them into the database
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