Nintex form 2013.
In 'live' environment, so can't upgrade to latest version of forms (yet).
Used the following Cascading drop downs and Nintex Forms for SharePoint technique to attempt to cascade 2 dropdown lists.
To the human eye all is correct. Yet when I add calculated value fields to my form, I see the 2 values don't actually match.
If I add a form variable i.e. replace(MyFormAutotask,"[0-9]*;#","") I can remove the 15;# .
What I can seem to figure out is how to get my ticket type drop down to reference the variable value, not the actually drop down value.
I've tried various SP calculated column formulas, they remove the visible value text, not the hidden 15;# i.e:
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It doesn't seem like it because the control "values" underneath are actually ID number #, Title, not just the title text.
So if control 1 = Set up new user, the underlying value is 15;#Setup New User
Control 2= New Starter, the underlying value is 5;#Setup New User
15#, is different to 5#, I believe that's where the issue is.
OK so i have created two lists the same as yours. I have added the controls on my form and the second dropdown is filtered by the first.
Ticket Type Control:
Form in preview:
What is different about mine and yours?