RadioButton event does not fire.

I have 2 radio buttons that are members of a group.

The CheckedChanged event does not fire.


This is what I have:

Arrange Board:    
    <asp:RadioButton ID="optByRank" runat="server" Text="By Rank"
        TextAlign="Left" Checked="True"
        oncheckedchanged="optByRank_CheckedChanged" GroupName="ArrangeBoard" />
    &nbsp;
    <asp:RadioButton ID="optBySuit" runat="server"  Text="By Suit"
    TextAlign="Left"   Checked="False"
        oncheckedchanged="optBySuit_CheckedChanged" GroupName="ArrangeBoard" />
   
    <br/>

Code File:

 protected void optByRank_CheckedChanged(object sender, EventArgs e)
    {
        int intTest = 1;  // Line marked fro debug mode.  Code does not break.
    }

    protected void optBySuit_CheckedChanged(object sender, EventArgs e)
    {
        int intTest = 2;   // Line marked fro debug mode.  Code does not break.
    }

What do I need to change?

Thanks,
DovbermanAsked:
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nishant joshiTechnology Development ConsultantCommented:
on check changes you have to add same event because radio buttons are in same group.
so with 2 radio button.if you click on other then both value changes so both event fired might with not desirable so just use method. for a group.

Regards,
nishant
DovbermanAuthor Commented:
I set AutoPostBack="True" for both radio buttons. This worked.

Ref; Visual Studio Help. RadioButton Event

Occurs when the selection from the list control changes between posts to the server. (Inherited from ListControl.)

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Lalit ChandraCommented:
Why don't you use javascript/Jquery for this to do action on the client side itself. In your case
(AutoPostBack = true), the whole page get posted to server to do only little things.So,Is it worth to do a Round-Trip to server only because you want to init some variables.
DovbermanAuthor Commented:
Yes, Javascript would be usesul in a high traffic situation. I may consider it later.
DovbermanAuthor Commented:
Found the solution based on the Help section.
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