Hello together, I've got some questions regarding a cascading dropdown from a Multi-Selection ComboBox:
Situation as follows:
I've got a Data Source (SP list) with 3 Columns (All single lines of text, tho could be edited):
Stream Product Special Role
Stream1 Product 1
Stream1 Product 2 Special Role 1
Stream1 Product 2 Special Role 2
Stream 2 Product 1
I already got a working app which allows me to select a Stream, the dependent Product and, if the Product has special roles, a special role. I work with normal cascading dropdowns here.
Now I want to be able to select multiple products at once from 1 Stream, so the Multi-Selection ComboBox for Product is still cascading from Stream.
But now I have to be able to select the respective special roles for the products.
The best solution would be to have a dynamic number of dropdown fields which allow special roles selection for each Product on its own. So if I would select 2 Products, which both have Special Roles, I'd have 2 dropdowns.
--> Question: Is this possible and if so, how ?
If this is not working, I'd use a Multi-Selection ComboBox with a "double" layout which displays the role and the respective product.
--> Question: How do I have to configure the Items property of the Role-Selection-ComboBox and the Update property of the role data card?
I hope someone can help and thanks in advance 🙂
Solved! Go to Solution.
Hey, your answer helped a lot. I just have some further questions:
When selecting 2-3 products now, I can only select the respective roles for the last selected product, which means I'd have to explain to the user now that he has to do the selection as following:
Product --> Respective Role
Product2 --> Respective Role
Best would obviously be when the user could select all products and then get displayed all possible roles for all selected products. I'd then use the ComboBox-Property "DisplayFields" to display the respective dashboards to selectable roles.
Is it possible to get this solution to work?
Thanks in advance for all the support (:
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