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I am no submitting form (i.e. no button usage), then How I can preserve the value of a control. I am using pagination.

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I am no submitting form (i.e. no button usage), then How I can preserve the value of a control. I am using pagination.

Please post your code here and mention where you required this functionality.

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I have a combobox which populates on checkbox's click event. If checkbox is clicked, combobox's value changed and if it is unchecked then combobox's value will changed. In both cases, I have pagination. Now, If checkbox is checked and I click page no, then checkbox's checked will also checked on pagination. It is not submitted, then How I preserve checkbox's checked which is also populated combobox(it is also not working on pagination).

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I have a combobox which populates on checkbox's click event. If checkbox is clicked, combobox's value changed and if it is unchecked then combobox's value will changed. In both cases, I have pagination. Now, If checkbox is checked and I click page no, then checkbox's checked will also checked on pagination. It is not submitted, then How I preserve checkbox's checked which is also populated combobox(it is also not working on pagination).

Please post your code....

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You can use function and attach this function with 'click' event to that button you want to do this process. Post your codes is more appreciate to us.

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