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Can form connect to multiple list in Nintex office 365

I came across an blocker, where I am trying to connect one form with two list. I am connecting the two list as ID(Primary Key) in Master List and MasterID(foreign key) in Child list. Now I am trying to access information by using the foreign key without using lookup. I want a drop down menu in my form which shows all the data related to a specific ID in the Master List. I know it is possible in onprem version but is it possible in Nintex for office 365 version as well?   

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Re: Can form connect to multiple list in Nintex office 365

Hi Mohit,

Nintex for o365 supports cascading lookups if that's what you're referring to?

If not, can you supply a screenshot of what you are trying to achieve?

Cheers,

Chris

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Re: Can form connect to multiple list in Nintex office 365

You can use the List Lookup control with the filter attribute.

Take a look at >>> List Lookup control 

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Re: Can form connect to multiple list in Nintex office 365

‌, can you share more information on what you want to achieve?

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Re: Can form connect to multiple list in Nintex office 365

‌, I want a form which independently connect with multiple list and can filter data across the list using columns in multiple list. This I want to achieve in NIntex for Office 365

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Re: Can form connect to multiple list in Nintex office 365

If you want Form 1 in List C to connect to List A and List B such in example below:

List A has Country

List B has State and Country column lookup from List A

List C has Form 1 that connect to List A and List B

Then this would be Cascading Dropdown Lookup.
Refer here:  

Is this what you are looking for?

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