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i have two combobox and a DB, I want that when i select an item from first comboBox, the second comboBox shows its subfields from DB. i write the code in the event of " Selected index change " from first comboBox ,but it doesnt work correctly.
how can i write its code?
please help me
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[no name] 9-Apr-11 4:05am
   
Which combo box event you used??
can you provide code!!
Sandeep Mewara 9-Apr-11 6:49am
   
Elaborate: but it doesnt work correctly.

The first question is, have you wired the event. Something like:
C#
comboBox1.SelectedIndexChanged +=
            new System.EventHandler(comboBox1_SelectedIndexChanged);

If that's done, the problem most likely is in the code you execute in the event. Since you didn't post the code, the best advice is to use the debugger to see what's going wrong.
   
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Mika, yes, this is one possibility, my 5.
I know another one; please see my Answer.
--SA
Wendelius 10-Apr-11 1:14am
   
Thank you :)
Nish Nishant 10-Apr-11 0:28am
   
Voted 5, good response!
Wendelius 10-Apr-11 1:14am
   
Thanks :)
Please pat attention: this event is not fired when you simply change selection in the list part of the combo box. It is fired only when you confirm selection with Enter or Dbl-click, so the selection is shown in the edit box part of the combo. This is confusing, but this is how this event is fired.

—SA
   
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Nish Nishant 10-Apr-11 0:28am
   
Voted 5, good alternative to Mika's reply.
   
Thank you, Nishant.
--SA
Wendelius 10-Apr-11 1:13am
   
This could also be the reason. My 5
   
Thank you, Mika.
--SA
Espen Harlinn 10-Apr-11 6:37am
   
My 5 :)
Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov 10-Apr-11 20:30pm
   
Thank you, Espen.
--SA
Have a look on this[^].

Check whether first dropdown property AutoPostBack="True" or not.
   
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Shahin Khorshidnia 9-Apr-11 7:36am
   
vote 5:
but:
If she means asp.net your answer will help.
For first combobox...
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public void cbo_1_Selected_Index_Changed(object sender, ...)
{
    //make the connection to the database sql querry select + where condition...
    //then the load the data into the second combo box


}
   
Make AutoPostBack="True" .It will done the trick. Nothing else is needed.
   

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