SharePoint 2010: How to create Cascading Lookup Field

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[ragini]( “[email protected]”) -

That is cool..thanks alot


SharePoint 2010: How to create Cascading Lookup Field using Client Object Model | Ideas For Free -

[…] previous post I have demonstrated “How to create cascading lookup field” in SharePoint 2010 using InfoPath. I will extend the possibility by utilizing Client Object […]


Bijay -

Here is an example I am trying to explanin http://www.fewlines4biju.com/2011/05/look-up-column-in-sharepoint-2010.html Thanks Bijay


[Bill]( “[email protected]”) -

EXCELLENT job… I tend to forget that the metadata screens are actually Infopath forms!


[Kostas]( “[email protected]”) -

Excellent tutorial. Thank you very much


[glattleider]( “[email protected]”) -

You save my week-end. Thank you for this great tutorial.


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michael -

Hi, we’re a hospital and can not afford a Sharepoint 2010 Server. For that reason I can not use Infopath, even if I have Infopath by itself licened. Is there any possibility to create a cascading look up without?


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My research interests include distributed robotics, mobile computing and programmable matter.

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