seanlyt
Canvas Initiate

How can i auto populate drop-down lists without Javascript?

Hi all,

 

I have 3 dropdown lists. 

 

first: Apple, Banana, Orange

second: Red, Yellow, Orange

 

What I want is when i choose an option in dropdown list 1, dropdown list 2 will be auto-populated.

 

For example, if I choose Apple, the second dropdown list will auto be populated with Red. 

 

what i want is extremely similar to this:

https://community.nintex.com/t5/Nintex-for-SharePoint/Auto-populate-value-in-drop-down-menu/m-p/2987

 

However, I do not want to use Javascript because I am using "Responsive Forms" in Nintex for Sharepoint instead of "Classic Forms" and thus I cannot use Javascript.

 

Please advise if this is feasible without Java...

 

Thanks! 

 

 

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allan
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Re: How can i auto populate drop-down lists without Javascript?

The easiest way would be to have a cascading dropdown. When selecting Apple, you would filter the second dropdown via a lookup. The only con is that the value will not be selected, but you will only have one possibility if you put a validation rule on the second dropdown.

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