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Maintain viewstate of client controls

Posted on 2006-11-12
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Hi!

On my web site I have both client and server controls and a problem I struggle with is that the selcted index of a client side SELECT control is reset to 0 every time a server control posts back to the server.

I've set enableviewstate="true" on the SELECT control but it does not matter.

What to do?

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Question by:ekberglinda
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jay_gadhavi earned 250 total points
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I think u fill up the "SELECT" CONTROL at the page load time and when ever your page load event fire  the "SELECT" control fill up second time and then.....

So put the code which fill up the "SELECT" IN THE
if not  Page.IsPostBack then

'Your code for filling up the combo or select option

end if

Regards,
jay
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by:ekberglinda
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I made it a server control instead and then it kept its view state after postbacks.
But since your answer is correct I give you the points.
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