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Re: Cascading Dropdowns Onchange choices as radio control

Hi @tchin-nin, Thanks for the response.

 

i am using dropdown control and i am not able to save the data into master list. can this is possible or not if not than i can invest more time on this using different approaches.

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Re: Cascading Dropdowns Onchange choices as radio control

Hi,

Pretty sure it had work for me, but cannot make it work anymore. I'm trying other approach.

Otherwise, if you can use a Single line of text that will serve you as a "light" look up, it should work. But you have to be aware that as a light lookup, updating data in the looked up list wont update data in your master list.

 

To do so, just replace the update property of your Datacard by Dropdownlist.Selected.Value and make the Default property of the dropdown to if(SharePointForm.Mode=FormMode.New,"",ThisItem.SingleLineofTextColumn).

Shane Young as quite a good video on this https://youtu.be/43ekj5MlNJU

 

Théo

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Re: Cascading Dropdowns Onchange choices as radio control

Hi @tchin-nin Even i have tried as well to make it as Single Line Text but no luck.

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Re: Cascading Dropdowns Onchange choices as radio control

Hi,
Have you refresh your data source ?
Replace the textbox input by a drop-down list control.
Set the Items property of the ddl : Filter('sharepointlist', columnlookedup.id=previousddl.selected.id).displayValue
Set the default property of the ddl : If(form.formmode=formmode.edit,ThisItem.Column)
Set the Update property of the Datacard : dropdownlist.selected.value
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Can you provide some screenshot of which error you're facing ?
Theo

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