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Dynamic Dropdown cache

Thread began 8/24/2009 4:15 am by cusher387258 | Last modified 1/14/2010 10:50 am by cusher387258 | 3594 views | 7 replies


Dynamic Dropdown cache

Hi, I currently have 3 dropdown menu's created.

Menu 1 displays area
Menu 2 displays places within that area from Menu 1
Menu 3 displays places within Menu 2

This works fine. My problem is that when the form is submitted and the user returns back to this page, menu 2 & 3 are no longer populated. Menu 1 is because it is a dynamic list.

Even though the original option selected is displayed when you return the page, nothing will happen with the other menu's because they are only generated on the onChange event.

Is there any easy way to resolve this.

Also, is there a way to keep a static value when using dynamic data. For menu 2 & 3 at the moment i have a static value of i.e "Please select" but on the onChange event the menu's are populated and the static value removed.

Any help much appreciated,


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