Comonbox SelectIndexChanged Event not getting fired.

Hi,

I have a combo box with a SelectIndexChanged event. When I write this statement :

this._cboGroup.SelectedIndex = 0;

The event is not getting fired. This code goes after page post back. I made my combobox postback property to ture. But If I select directly from the combobox, it work, it won't work if I assign the value in the code. Please let me know what I can do to get this event fired.

Thanking you,
Reddy
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Jeff CertainCommented:
Doesn't work that way in ASP .net. The new object-oriented model is client-side event-driven. You're not creating a client-side event, so you need to explicitly call the SelectedIndexChanged event to make it work the way you think it should...

this._cboGroup.SelectedIndex = 0;
_cboGroup_SelectIndexChanged(null, null);

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rinkujainCommented:
check in ur page laod event, u may be filling that combo everytime page postback, or first try to make it last statement in page load ,this._cboGroup.SelectedIndex = 0;
, it will work
Jeff CertainCommented:
Also, FWIW, SelectedIndex = 0 is the first itme in the list, not "nothing selected". If oyu want to have nothing selected, you need to set SelectedIndex = -1.
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