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Edvhdy
Helper III
Helper III

Create Cascading DropDown with multi condition

Good morning all,

 

I'm stuck on my app.

 

I want to do Cascading DropDown with several comboboxes from a collection.

 

I have a collection called colaA 3 columns:
Customer;
ValidClient;
tblClient (is this a column?)

 

In my first combobox I get the name of the customer,
then in the second combobox I retrieve the title according to the name of the customer chosen in the first combobox.
I added a third combobox which must recover the season but I can't do it I have an error message.

 

Can you help me ?

 

thank you

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v-albai-msft
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Hi @Edvhdy ,

What do you mean about “recover the season” for your third combobox? From your formula/screenshot, I think you want to get the Saison column value based on above selection.

Since your second combobox is populated based on selection in the first combobox, you can try this formula for your third combobox:

LookUp(colCaA;Client=ComboBox4.Selected.Client).tblClient.Saison

Best regards,

Allen

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zaphod88
Responsive Resident
Responsive Resident

If I get it right here, the last two comboboxes both depend on the first one. So you can try:

ComboBox4.Selected.tblclient.Saison

v-albai-msft
Community Support
Community Support

Hi @Edvhdy ,

What do you mean about “recover the season” for your third combobox? From your formula/screenshot, I think you want to get the Saison column value based on above selection.

Since your second combobox is populated based on selection in the first combobox, you can try this formula for your third combobox:

LookUp(colCaA;Client=ComboBox4.Selected.Client).tblClient.Saison

Best regards,

Allen

Edvhdy
Helper III
Helper III

hi @v-albai-msft 

 

Yes I wanted to recover the season depending on the result of the combobox.

 

Your answer works perfectly. Thank you very much.

 

out of curiosity, what does the entity: tblClient correspond to?
is this a colCaA "collection"?

Hi @Edvhdy ,

There is not a specific term to describe this tblClient, I usually think of him as an nested table(a table with only one record).

Best regards,

Allen

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