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AutoFill lookup fields from lookup dropdown list

Hey again

 

 

As already mentioned in some other posts, I work with two lists. One where all my sandwiches are stored and one where i can order sandwiches and have an overview of them. The two lists are linked in SharePoint.

 

So if I want to order a new sandwich I pick a code from a lookup field and then I would like that the description, price, etc... is filled in when I pick the code.

 

Now the scenario is that when I pick a code nothing fills in but when the submit button is clicked it fills in and stores the item. So actually it works but the only problem is that you don't really know what you order until its to late.

Any ideas to Update or Fill in those fields before ordering/saving?

 

Kind regards

 

 

Tom

 

 

 

 

 



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Re: AutoFill lookup fields from lookup dropdown list

This is the solution that provided me the answer!

 

Thanks to @v-micsh-msft for the solution in my previous post for this problem!!!

 

First(Search(Broodjes,<DropDownList>.Selected.Value<1,2>,"<Column>")).<CorrespondingColumn>

Kind regards 

 

 

Tom



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Re: AutoFill lookup fields from lookup dropdown list

Hi Tom,

 

I think your issue should be handling from the first beginning. You should store the overview information of the sandwishes along with the first list instead of the order list. 

 

If you have a different opinion, please feel free to tell.

 

Regards,

Mona

Community Support Team _ Mona Li
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Re: AutoFill lookup fields from lookup dropdown list

Hey @v-monli-msft

 

 

Maybe my previous post is more clear about my problem I have.

I made this post because I didn't get any response up until now.

So if you want to know the problem more in dept go to: Previous post

 

Kind regards

 

 

Tom



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Re: AutoFill lookup fields from lookup dropdown list

This is the solution that provided me the answer!

 

Thanks to @v-micsh-msft for the solution in my previous post for this problem!!!

 

First(Search(Broodjes,<DropDownList>.Selected.Value<1,2>,"<Column>")).<CorrespondingColumn>

Kind regards 

 

 

Tom



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