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Ajax,jQuery Auto Fill Dropdown On Page Load

Ajax » On Oct 25, 2011 { 2 Comments } By Sivateja

Let us see the auto fill drop downs using Ajax and jQuery

Files Required

  • index.html
  • db_fetch.jsp
  • jquery-1.2.6.js (Add this jquery file at db_fetch.jsp location, same  folder)
  • web.xml


Notes: See line number 6 in index.html ,$(document).ready(function() means we no need to send any request like onchange or onclick, once the page loads automatically the code in this $(document).ready(function() block will be executed, so indirectly we are calling this function on page load hope you are clear.




Note: you must have classes12.jar, ojdbc14.jar in the lib folder of you application


Check Output

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2 Responses to “Ajax,jQuery Auto Fill Dropdown On Page Load”
  1. mahendra says:

    ” document.createElement(“OPTION”);” here you didn’t mention any element id then how could it create option element for second drop down list.

    Thanks & Regards

  2. prasad says:

    here element is created dynamically.
    so, to create element dynamically there is no need of element id.
    it was created by using tagname “option”.
    to create button dynamically we use

    then button created dynamically.

    from: Prasad.k


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