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Nintex Employee
Nintex Employee

How to use the List Lookup with cascading drop downs

Hi all,

 

This is a quick video to show off the new List Lookup control with cascading.

 

Uploaded by Euan Gamble on 2019-05-14.
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Samuel_Short
Nintex Newbie

Re: How to use the List Lookup with cascading drop downs

This looks great - are you able to confirm if these new lookups will support the following in both NWC and 365?:

 

  1. Is the item retrieval limit still held to the SharePoint view limit of 5000 items, with an offline mobile cache limit of 500? (and how do these limits extend to cascading lookups?)
  2. Will there be support for multiple value lookups?

  3. Will there be a lookup() runtime function? (and if so, will this be for both platforms?)

Looking great so far, can't wait to start using it in some projects.

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Nintex Employee
Nintex Employee

Re: How to use the List Lookup with cascading drop downs

Hi @Samuel_Short,

 

Glad you like the look of the new designer. Keep the questions coming.

 

  1. Are you able to confirm if these new lookups will support the following in both NWC and 365?
    We are considering SharePoint lookups for NWC in the future but it is not in the near term. We will most likely prioritize web services control for NWC first.
  2. Is the item retrieval limit still held to the SharePoint view limit of 5000 items, with an offline mobile cache limit of 500? (and how do these limits extend to cascading lookups?)
    At this stage it will be the same limits as SharePoint.
  3. Will there be support for multiple value lookups?
    At the moment we only allow a single filter but we will be looking into more advanced queries using web services in the future.
  4. Will there be a lookup() runtime function? (and if so, will this be for both platforms?)
    We will build the same functionality as the existing Responsive designer so that customers can migrate. Therefore, we will have a lookup() function.

Cheers,

Euan

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