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msmith
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List Relation

I have two lists, one that is the request and the other is the parts needed. The parts needed is using the Title Field to match the ID field of the Request form. I can seem to figure out how to select the item on the Request form to display the relational Parts list.

 

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msmith
Level 8

Re: List Relation

Figured this out. The ID field is a number type. The other list was using a single line of text which is the default for the Title field. I created a new column using a number and it worked out fine.

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msmith
Level 8

Re: List Relation

Figured this out. The ID field is a number type. The other list was using a single line of text which is the default for the Title field. I created a new column using a number and it worked out fine.

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