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skylitedave
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Cascade ComboBox

Is it possible to filter one Combobox based upon the item selected  in another combobox?  I have had no luck with this.  Cascade dropodowns are no problem...  Can't get cascade comboboxes to work at all.

 

Using choice items in a list in SharePoint behind the comboboxes

 

Thx

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dinusc
Microsoft
Microsoft

Since you mentioned "Selected Item", I assume you have ComboBox controls in "Single Select" mode and your SharePoint "Choices" column is not set to allow multiple selections. If so then you can try the following:

ComboBox1.Items=Choices(SPList.ChoicesColumn)

ComboBox2.Items=Filter(Choices(SPList.ChoicesColumn), Value=ComboBox2.Selected.Value)

Hope this helps.

Do you mean this? 

 

ComboBox1.Items=Choices(SPList.ChoicesColumn)

ComboBox2.Items=Filter(Choices(SPList.ChoicesColumn), Value=ComboBox1.Selected.Value)

 

Note I changed Value=ComboBox2.Selected.Value to Value=ComboBox1.Selected.Value

 

Thx

 

Will study more in the morning...

 

 

Yes. That is correct.

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