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I am having two cfselect in my application, one is bronch and anothe one is AE. if i select a branch in one cfselect i need to populate the corresponding AE in the second cfselect. how can i do.


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Question by:vijaymanickaraja
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If you are running CF8, here is a good example to dissect : http://www.forta.com/blog/index.cfm/2007/5/31/ColdFusion-Ajax-Tutorial-2-Related-Selects
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What about when you have CF7?
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If you have CF7, you'll have to manually do what CF8 does for you -- AJAX.
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