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Selecting an item in a DropDownList

Posted on 2007-04-09
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OK, this should be simple enough but I can't seem to solve it. I need to programmatically set the selected item of a dropdownlist control if I know the value. I understand I can use DropDownList1.Items.FindByValue("1") to return the ListItem itself. What I need to do is make sure that is the selected item. Can anyone help?
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DropDownList1.Items.FindByValue("1").Selected = true
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by:Rajesh_mj
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Hi'

You have to write in the select indexchanged event like below
drpList.Items.FindByValue("1").Selected = true
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