Not sure what you mean by it. It's not adding all the items marked?
Further, to avoid reference issues, create a new listitem every time you find that the checklistbox item is selected and then add that to the new list.
Make a loop iteration on the CheckBoxList on counter from Zero (0) till the item count in CheckBoxList.
then inside for loop, at every index put a if condition for, if the item at that index of CheckBoxList either the check box is checked or not,, if it is checked then add that item to a temporary created Data Table or DataSet, every time the condition falls true...
as the loop ends now Data Table or DataSet is populated with only Checked items from CheckBoxList.. Now bind this Data Table or DataSet to a ListBox .
It's better to ask here, go to ask in Api provider forum or support team. But if you are having problems during the implementation in Asp.Net then you can ask here. Because most of the person don't have experienced with Third party API.
I wonder if any of you could help me on this. I am new to using AJAX, so do please explain as simply as possible.
I have a ModalPopUpExtender which, for some reason, will not bring up the pop up as expected. I did suspect that the script manager was not being inherited from the master page, but the RoundedCornersExtender seems to work as expected, so that would rule that issue out.
I know the number of properties of the extender is a little basic at the moment, but I just want to get the div to appear as a pop up before I start assigning the buttons or formatting the background.
I have generated a 2010 web setup and deployment project that works and is created to deploy to an iis7 server. When running the setup.exe installer that I have genrated, the user can select the values for site and application pool. The user can not select the value for virtual directory.
My problem is the user just want to hit the 'next' button all the time. They want all the values predetermined for them. Thus can you tell me and/or point me to a reference that will tell me how to have the values for: