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Old December 27th, 2007, 03:08 AM
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Default Tooltip text setting for a combo in ASP.Net is req

How can we set a database table field as the tool tip text for a combo box when its display member and value member are already set using the same data source (data-table or data-set).

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The tooltip for a combo box does not change depending on the item being shown, unless you write that code yourself. Store the data source somewhere (form variable) and then reference it in the SelectedIndexChanged event to do it yourself.

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