Nintex 2013 on-prem
Nintex Form version 184.108.40.206
I've attempted the following. Yet even when I take the solution in isolation I can't get it to work. My 'hidden field' doesn't get populated.
Can you filter a drop down list based on another drop down list value and a separate calculated value. I've also looked at ordinary cascading lists, but I can't get it to work either in this case.
I've also looked at ordinary cascading lists, but I can't get it to work either in this case.
Can you elaborate on what you tried and how it failed?
Doh! I'll start with the basics:
Based on the following post. (yes it's based on 2 choice on controls - I'm seeing if I can replicate it as per the post, then hopefully replace one choice with a single line of text, which is actually just showing a variable value).
1st choice control
2nd choice control
Hidden Field - SLT
Custom JS - Code
3rd Choice Control - to show HelperColumn value
If I change the action when no filter applied to show all values, all my title items from list are show. Therefore the control itself is working/connected to list.
If the control is in hidden mode , java script will not set value. Try without hiding the control that you take the value to filter.
Hi Sojan Mathew,
Although the original post mentioned hiding the "HiddenField" I've not got it hidden, either via a rule or other another way.
Nintex Form version is 220.127.116.11
The concatenated value is not visible on form that you posted above.
So the concatenated value should be BBRegular, is it displayed on the form properly.
Yes I can see that the concatenaed value is not showing. That's the problem. I don't know why it's not showing.
I can do an ordinary calculated value and individually the values from each drop down are being presented. The JS code, doesn't appear to be either seeing the values and/or concatinating the values together, therefore the lookup isn't working.
Thanks for your help. I couldn't get this to work. Ended up having to get a JS whizz in. He's got it to work. It's a few more lines than above. Not sure I'm allowed to share his script....yet.