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I need to make a search filter by using 4 dropdown list in asp.net 2 with sqlserver 2005. can anyone guide me to a good reference(book,blog...)please?

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Hi alialibidad,

The chapter Customer Support Site of my latest book ASP.NET 2.0 Instant Results deals with linked drop-downs, allowing you to drill down to a specific category. The code uses DropDownList controls and ObjectDataSource controls that ultimately get their data from a SQL Server database.

Obviously, buying an entire book for a single topic may be a bit too much, but the book contains a whole lot of other interesting stuff.

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