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How to implement an external datasource?

Is there an interface available to implement an external datasource in code? i.e. to do something along the lines of this ->

Author: Paras
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Using NULL in parameter

I have a select box where the user typically picks a category to search for (e.g. Addresses). I can grab the selected category and modify the ListDataSource commandText with a parameter (e.g. @Category). The problem I have is I need to be able to find …

Author: Bryan Lynn
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Change DataSource

Hi, I have a drop down list whose DataSourceId property needs to change depending on an option chosen from a radiobutton list. Is it possible to change the DataSourceId with jquery and if so, how? I've tried doing  alert($('#' + Authorisation …

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Displaying the datasource textfield in a success template

Hi, I have a drop down list in the format textfield = districtName, valueField = districtID. I need to send the id to the submit command, but wanted to display the textfield in a notification email. So they receive an email along the lines of "Thank you …

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