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Dear Experts,

I am doing an project. here i have used ajax JSON to transfer the datas.

I have two Dropdownlist . one is populate on Page load, and another is to populate in first dropdownlist selectchange .

i have used these all in ajax json method...

Here is the Below code that am used...

 $('#ddl_Standard').change(function () {

                    type: "POST",
                    url: "../../WebService.asmx/populate_Division",
                    dataType: "json",
                    data: JSON.stringify({ "Standard_ID": document.getElementById('ddl_Standard').value }),
                    contentType: "application/json; charset=utf-8",
                    success: function (json) {

                        var xmlDoc = "";
                        var xml = "";
                        xmlDoc = $.parseXML(json.d);
                        xml = $(xmlDoc);

                        $(xml).find("Table1").each(function () {
                            var Division_ID = $(this).find("Division_ID").text();
                            var Division = $(this).find("Division").text();
                            $("#ddl_Division").append("<option value='" + Division_ID + "'>" + Division + "</option>");



but it is not affecting.. Sometimes this code is working fine.. but some times it is not working... Can u please help me to solve this.

I have checked in Inspect Element and i can see the values are affected.. but not populated in dropdown control......

Thanks and Regards

Updated 4-Apr-13 22:35pm
Palash Mondal_ 5-Apr-13 3:25am    
Are you getting any value for the `Division_ID` & `Division` inside the each loop?
dilzz 5-Apr-13 3:27am    
yes i got the values.. i put an alert in that loop and checked... i got the values are correctly..

If you are using asp:DropDownList its possible that jQuery is not finding you element by it's ID("ddl_Division") due to webforms always messing with controls ID, to resolve this you could recover the element ClientID
var ddl_Division = <%= ddl_Division.ClientID %>

and in your script

$("#" + ddl_Division ).append("<option value='" + Division_ID + "'>" + Division + "</option>");

or you could add a class "dynamicPopulated" for an example to your dropdown and doing the append this way:

$(".dynamicPopulated").append("<option value='" + Division_ID + "'>" + Division + "</option>");
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