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Facing issue with SearchSelectControl.

Created: 08 Dec 2010 • Updated: 13 Dec 2010 | 3 comments
peeyushd's picture
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Hello All,
 
I have an issue with SearchSelectControl.
 
I have two SearchSelectControl ( Let say SC1 & SC2 ). I am filling SC2 on the change of SC1 through Dataprovider class which is working as expected.
 
I also have one TextBox and I want that when I change the value of TextBox, I should re-fill SC2 . I have written a CallBack control and added a reference of SearchSelectControl ( SC2 ) to it. Now when I change the text of TextBox I am successfully able to call the CallBack handler and I fill SC2 in that handler but SearchselectControl is not displaying the data properly on the page. I can see the contents of SearchselectControl but not able to select it.
 
Any idea ???
 
Thanks.

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Sonika's picture

Hi ,

Please check this link :https://www-secure.symantec.com/connect/blogs/using-searchselectcontrol. Hope this helps.

 

Thanks,

Sonika

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peeyushd's picture

Hello Sonika,

Thanks for your Reply.

In my code I am already calling the SelectionProvider to update my Slave SelectionControl on the updation of Master Selection control. Now I want that my Slave SselectionControl should also fill when I modify the text of one of my TextBox. For that happens, I wrote a Callback handler and there I am writing one more Selection Provider to update my Slave SelectionControl but in this case the SearchSelectControl is not dispalying properly.

Thanks,

Peeyush

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