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onclick action for a dropdown box

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I have a question
I know the logic on how to implement it yet I don't know how to actually do it.
Can someone help me out please.
So here it is ....

1. I have a pl\sql query that populates a dropdown box by default
2. on click of the dropdown box (the down arrow) I want a different query to populate the dropdown box


How do I implement this .....

what is the syntax for the onclick in a dropdown
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Question by:selhamwy
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by:Ray Paseur
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I think the answer might be in here:
http://jquery-plugins.net/jquery-cascading-dropdown-plugin

I'll add the jQuery Zone to the question.
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by:selhamwy
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Ray,

thanks but no that does not help.

let me explain further...

the first dropdown  value is different regarding the value
but it always pulls the same second query

let us take this for example

Default Query 1:
Department: IT

Dropdown Query 2:
Department: (lists all departments)

The default is specific to the one person and if you want to change it then it lists all of them.
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by:Scott Fell, EE MVE
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For the dropdown, you would probably want to use change http://api.jquery.com/change/

$('.myDropdown').change(function(){
    //do stuff

});

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As far as populating the drop down, do you want to use ajax or a page refresh?  Does the drop down always show the same data?   There are a lot of ways to do this.  Can you detail what data you need to save if any from one drop down to the other.  Do you mean to have 2 chained dropdowns http://www.appelsiini.net/projects/chained
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by:Ray Paseur
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Can you please post a link to a web page (any page) that demonstrates this?  I don't quite follow the description, but if I see it in action maybe I can show you how it's done.
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selhamwy earned 0 total points
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I got it working

here is the code

if ( $objResult["FIELD"]  == $row ["FIELD"] ) {
	echo '<option selected value="' . $objResult["FIELD"] . '">' . $objResult["FIELD"] . '  </option>'; 
}
else { 
	echo '<option value="' . $row['FIELD'] . '">' . $row['FIELD'] . '  </option>'; 
}

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by:selhamwy
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I found a way to resolve in HTML
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