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Hello all,

It's urgent...

i want to add autocomplete textbox facility in my application like google. as you type it suggests option to the user..i want the same kind of facility...i know i can do only with ajax(xml and javascript) but i want to fetch possible values from database and want to show as the user types in text box.

i've searched on the net and i found some articles but i don't want to use any dll file they provide but i want to use simple code and javascript...if anyone has any idea then please provide me code snippet or provide some link that do not contains the component like .dll file and only simple code..
the help will be appreciated...

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Nil

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Using ajax, all you need to do is is create an XML object and submit the text of the javascript box to an aspx page, that will take the values of the text box (appended to a query string) and have it query the database and write it back to the ajax page.

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