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You can use the RadComboBox control in the described scenario. However, it is important to know that getting the checked (or selected) values of each of the RadComboBoxes would be a bit more complicated than the usual.
Attached you will find a simple web page implementing the scenario. You can see in detail the OnClick event handler of the RadButton control. In it you first get the collection of all controls within the repeater, then you get each of the RadComboBoxes and for each of them you can get its checked values:
protected void db1_Click(object sender, EventArgs e)
ControlCollection repeaterItems = Repeater1.Controls;
string checkedValues = "";
for (int i = 0; i < repeaterItems.Count; i++)
Control currentRepeaterItem = repeaterItems[i];
ControlCollection currentRepeaterItemControlCollection = currentRepeaterItem.Controls;
RadComboBox currentCombo = (RadComboBox) currentRepeaterItemControlCollection;
var checkedItems = currentCombo.CheckedItems;
for (int j = 0; j < checkedItems.Count; j++)
checkedValues += checkedItems[j].Text;
checkedValues += " ";
texTitle1.Text = checkedValues;
I hope that the above answer helps you. If you have any further questions, please do not hesitate to contact us.
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