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Hii ,

I am binding two radiobuttonlist ..

DataHelper.BindCompanyObjectivesRadioButtonList(ref rdoButtonCompanyObjectives,ref rdoStatus);

but rdoStatus_selectedindexchanged event is not gets activated when i try to change the event ..

where is the problem i am not able understand d plz suggest

My drop down gets binded but the vent is not working ..
Updated 11-Oct-13 6:33am
Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov 11-Oct-13 23:00pm    
There is no such event as "rdoStatus_selectedindexchanged". Perhaps this is the method you added as an event handler, but how do we know that? You need to show a short but comprehensive code sample.
Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov 14-Oct-13 1:26am    
I removed your reply. Please try again, in a more appropriate way. And no, there is no such event. What you show is a method. Do you even know the difference?
Torakami 14-Oct-13 1:43am    
<span class="Title">Organisational Status</span>
<asp:RadioButtonList ID="rdoStatus" runat="server" RepeatDirection="Horizontal" AutoPostBack="true" OnSelectedIndexChanged="rdoStatus_SelectedIndexChanged" >
Torakami 14-Oct-13 1:44am    
OnSeectedIndexChanges is what now ???
Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov 14-Oct-13 1:48am    
This is not an event. This is a method raising the event SelectedIndexChanged, which allows you to do the same thing as handling the event:

And rdoStatus_SelectedIndexChanged is also not an event, but this is a method you use as an event handler...


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Hello Dear Friend
You can use Radio List Button Except of Radio Button.If it solved your question then ok , if not tell me again.
Yours Farhad
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Torakami 11-Oct-13 11:38am    
I didnt get you .. you mean i shouldnt use radio button list ?? whats wrong with this ?/ it should work
Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov 11-Oct-13 23:02pm    
How can you write such gibberish? OP is already using RadioButtonList. And you are posting it as an "answer". Have some shame!

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