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Posted By:      Posted Date: September 08, 2010    Points: 0   Category :ASP.Net
 
I have 3 dropdown listi am populating one depend on other fashion.ddlcountery contains list of Country names with default value as "Select Country"ddState 2 contains list of State names with default value as "Select State"ddCity contains list of city names with default value as "Select City"all country,state and city values are coming from database.When i select ddlCountry respective ddlstate will get populate.when i select ddlState respective ddlcity will ger populate.following is mu ajax jquery-------------------------------$("select#ddlCountry").change(function() {                alert("test");                var countryid = $("#ddlCountry > option:selected").attr("value");                //var url = "/User/FindSchDrv/" + ses;                var url = "FindCountryState/" + countryid;                //alert(url);                $.ajax({ &


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