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Dependent select list query

 
Nidhi Singhal
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Hi,

I have two drop down list. when i select a value in the first list, the corresp value in the second select list gets selected..
i want that the user should not be able to select another value in the second select list without changing the value in the first list...
how should i go about it??
Plz help me out..

Thanks..
Nidhi
 
Balan Raj
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Trap the event onselect or onFocus on the dependent selection box and call blur() for the second selection box.

it wud mean that you will never be able to select the second selection list at all.
[ October 12, 2004: Message edited by: Balan Ram ]
 
Nidhi Singhal
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thanx for the reply...
i used onBlur() on the onFocus() event of the second(dependent) select box... but it did'nt worked... so..i tried calling onFocus() of the first select box on the onFocus of the second select box...
this thing worked somewhat.... as now if i try to drop down the second select....then after 3-4 tries only..i m able to drop down and select another value....

is there any way that i can set the drop down to false?
or is there any other way out to the problem??
plz help..

thanks..
Nidhi
 
Eric Pascarello
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disable the second box

Eric
 
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