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ListEditItem.Value Property

Gets or sets the item’s associated value.

Namespace: DevExpress.Web

Assembly: DevExpress.Web.v23.2.dll

NuGet Package: DevExpress.Web


public override object Value { get; set; }

Property Value

Type Default Description
Object null

A Object that specifies the item’s value


The Value property specifies a value associated with an item. When an item is selected in a list editor, its value is assigned to the editor’s ASPxEdit.Value property.


For the list editors (such as the ASPxComboBox, ASPxListBox, ASPxCheckBoxList, and ASPxRadioButtonList) to function properly, values of all list items in their Items collection should be unique. There should not be two or more list items with the same value of the ListEditItem.Value property.


View Example: Popup Control for ASP.NET Web Forms - How to show a pop-up window.

function OnComboBoxSelectedIndexChanged(s, e) {
    var item = s.GetSelectedItem();
        "Selected item changed:<br /><br />" +
        "&nbsp;&nbsp;<strong>text=</strong>'" + item.text + "'<br />" +
        "&nbsp;&nbsp;<strong>value</strong>=" + item.value + "<br /><br />");
<dxe:ASPxComboBox ID="cbCombo" runat="server" Width="170px" ClientInstanceName="combo">
    <ClientSideEvents SelectedIndexChanged="OnComboBoxSelectedIndexChanged" />
        <dxe:ListEditItem Text="Item #1" Value="0" />
        <dxe:ListEditItem Text="Item #2" Value="1" />
        <dxe:ListEditItem Text="Item #3" Value="2" />

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