I have a list with 6 columns (70+ records), of which the first three are the selection criteria, and the last three are required to be returned into fields on the form. Ideally it would be 3 cascading dropdown lists, each filtering based on the previous selection, and returning the corresponding 3 fields but I assume that would require maintaining the dropdown items within the form itself rather than the external list.
Is there a method by which multiple columns can be displayed as a dropdown from an external list, and on selection, pulls back the multi-column values from the selected row?
(yep, spot the newbie!)
To rephrase the question - is it possible to do a List lookup criteria for more than one field? The recent O365 Cascading Dropdown example by Emily (Nintex For Office 365 ) only has 'Field in the source list' to filter on which implies only one field can be filtered. Extending Emily's example: by Country, then by Store, then by Department.
Is this the solution?
Maybe, you have already used it since ;-)
Christopher's solution is close and similar to what I've used, but still doesn't solve the original issue of displaying and returning multiple fields. I suspect it would be necessary to have the Cascading Dropdown, then somehow use calculated fields to retrieve the other values from the same list to populate the other fields.