SharePoint 2010: How to create Cascading Lookup Field using Client Object Model

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[Vladimir Psenicka]( “[email protected]”) -

When I add new item and choose Country then window popup appear with text “undefined” after click ok I can choose from correct cities. What means undefined warning popup? Where is FilterCity() function defined?


[gilbert]( “[email protected]”) -

Hi getting same error as vladmir. when choosing country webpage message popup appears with text “undefined”. can you resolve this? thanks


Amol Ghanwat -

Hi, Thank you for your efforts in developing this piece of code which is easy to use and short. I was wondering where is the filterCity() function defined. If there are more than 19 items in the drop down, we face an issue in Internet Explorer: http://www.sharepointboris.net/2009/10/sharepoint-lookup-field-how-does-it-work-and-how-to-add-javascript-event-handler-function-to-it/ In your code, you have rightly selected the fields based on optHid but the function filterCity() which has the code is missing. Any help on this would be appreciated. Thanks.


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