I recently had a requirement where I had two lookup fields on my Nintex Form where one had to be filtered by the other, and both had to allow multiple selection.
I thought that this was going to be really difficult to implement, and was using all sorts of disconnected controls in order to try and achieve the result, and then I discovered that Nintex Forms just works when you use list column types "Lookup".
Wanted to share with everyone how powerful this was, and hoped it may help with this thread:
So I have the following lists:
Custom List: luDivisions
Custom List: luBusinessUnits
Fields: Title, Parent Division
Parent Division = Lookup to luDivisions:Title
Finally I have my main list, where I want to use the Nintex Form to capture data:
Custom List: Demo Lookups
Fields: Title, Division(s), Business Unit(s)
Division(s) = Lookup to luDivisions:Title, allow multiple
Business Unit(s) = Lookup to luBusinessUnits:Title, allow multiple
Then in Demo Lookups I customise my form using Nintex Forms designer.
The out of the box form gives me this:
So I want the Business Unit(s) to be filtered by the Division(s) so I double click the control for Business Unit(s) and add the following configuration:
Now when I add a new item, the Business Unit(s) list is dynamic based on the Division(s) list. Seems so clever yet is so simple!
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