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Postbackurl when selectedindexchange on Gridview

Posted on 2008-06-19
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I have a gridview that saves a variable in a session on selectedindexchange. On the same form, I currently have a button that will postbackurl to a Framed page that is working fine (Each frame page is retrieving the session).  Can someone please explain how I can skip having the button so that on selectedindexchange the framed page will open? This would allow less clicks for the user. I appreciate your help.
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Write postback code for frame in selectedindexchange event and set AutoPostBack = true for GridView.

hope this helps.

Nick
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Can you please give an example of the gridview selectedindexchange event code to postback to framepage.aspx?
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Sorry, I realized that adding a Hyperlink field rather then the select field to my Gridview will do what I'm looking to do. Thanks for your help!
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