RadCombo with Checkbox and custom Javascript

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  1. Gotcha
    Gotcha avatar
    64 posts
    Member since:
    Sep 2009

    Posted 14 Jan 2012 Link to this post

    Hi ,

    I need some custom changes to be done on the current  RadCombo features:
    1. Assuming I have a RadCombo with checkboxes and the list of items are
    [ ] No Preferences
    [ ] Product 1
    [ ] Product 2
    [ ] Product 3

    When I check No Preferences (Index 0) , All already selected Items should be unchecked... Conversely, If I check One of the item from Product 1 - 3, It should uncheck No Preference.

    2. Also, When I click on the Description, it should check and uncheck the checkbox...

    3. The CheckedItemsText when It is "Display All In Input"... I need to show the whole String as long as it would fit within the Width of the Combo and if it exceeds certain length, I would like to truncate the string and append "..." at the end

    Can anyone point me to where I can find information on how to access the checked elements, the CheckedItemText property within the RadCOmbo to achieve such a requirement using ClientSide Javascript?

  2. Princy
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    Member since:
    Mar 2007

    Posted 16 Jan 2012 Link to this post

    Hello Gotcha,

    you can access the checked items with the client side as below.
    Client side:

  3. Answer
    Kalina avatar
    918 posts

    Posted 17 Jan 2012 Link to this post

    Hi Gotcha,

    I am afraid that the CheckBoxes feature does not support the scenario that you want to implement.
    However you can try implementing RadComboBox Templates and add a custom JavaScript logic to be executed upon a CheckBox "check".
    (Please note that RadComboBox Templates are not supported if you use Load on Demand via WebService.)

    You can take a look at this online demo where a similar scenario is implemented.
    Additionally you might find useful some of these Code Library projects.

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