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Disable Items in Checkbox List

Posted on 2008-10-22
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Hi

I have a checkboxlist which is populated from a database. I am also added a item to the checboxlist called any:
cblFundTypeAdvised.Items.Insert(0, New ListItem("Any", "-1"))

What i am trying to do is if there is a -1 value in the database then it disables all other items in the checkbox list except for this one (the Any one which is added manually)

Any ideas?
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Question by:patelajk
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AmarIs26 earned 125 total points
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If you are doing databind then you can set the visible property to false or true depending on the value column in the dataitem. I forget the exact expression but something like this
Enable='<% Eval("valueColumn") != -1 %>'
however if you are looping throw the items manually and adding then to the Checkbox list then you can do this in the prerender event
 

for(int i=0; i< cblFundTypeAdvised.Items.Count; i++)
{     
   ListItem item =  cblFundTypeAdvised.Items[i];
   if(item.Value == "-1")
   {
      item.Enabled = false;
   }
}

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by:AmarIs26
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Sorry you also need to use this if statement
if(item.Text != "Any" && item.Value == "-1")

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by:patelajk
ID: 22774898
tried this but it disables the ANY checkbox litem only.... i want it to disable the other checkbox items and leave the ANY enabled
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by:AmarIs26
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Well the above should do it. If current item is not "Any" and value is "-1" then it should disable.
You can try putting the else statement
else
{
  item.Emabled = true;
}
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by:patelajk
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Got me started.... thanks for that
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