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Default Filtering Data from one Combo Box to another

I'm unsure if this is the right place to ask but I'v managed to create a very small sample database within VWD and have created two Combo Boxes based on a 'Make' table and a 'Model' table.

Within the VMD Database I'v added the relevant data to these tables and linked them up with a query.

I'v searched around using the help files but I'm kinda stuck and was wondering if anyone could point me in the right direction.

I want the first combo box to select a Model and the based on the value I have selected, I want the next combo box to display the relevant data.

At the moment they just list whatever data is in the tables I'v linked them up to.
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Not really. This forum is for the book Beginning ASP.NET and I don't think your question is related to that. You're probably better off posting this in the general Beginning ASP.NET forum as more people will be able to help you out there: http://p2p.wrox.com/forum.asp?FORUM_ID=348

That said, Google for "cascading drop down list asp.net". You'll find a number of useful articles. You'll also find the AJAX toolkit which has a handy cascading drop down list extender to make this pretty easy.

Did you resolve the error with the CheckBoxList?

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