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On MVC How Do You Call a Partial View From a DropDown Change Event?

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Using MVC on a DropDown, How Do You Call a Partial View?  

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That sounds like you need for the drop-down to post back, so that you can assign an action to the post-back.  That would require something like a JQuery request.  You can use the Html.BeginForm to create a <form> element, with an action that is associated with a controller method.  In the controller method, you can return a PartialViewResult.

$(document).ready(function () {
    $('form').find('select.auto-post').change(function () {
        $(this).parents('form').submit();
    });
});

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