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That is cool..thanks alot
[…] previous post I have demonstrated “How to create cascading lookup field” in SharePoint 2010 using InfoPath.
Dhiraj - Jan 6, 2011Can we do the same thing without using InfoPath forms? Thanks in advance.
Hi Dhiraj, Using Client Object Model, you can achieve the same using SharePoint Designer. For more information visit other post here:http://blog.libinuko.com/2011/01/29/sharepoint-2010-how-to-create-cascading-lookup-field-using-client-object-model/ Thanks, Riwut
Hi, Which program did you used for create these webcasts? Please let me also know which resolution do you have. Thanks a lot for your answer Lutfuth
Hi, I am using Camtasia Studio.
English Imagine a business scenario where we have a lookup field in our list. The reference list contains items Title and their status. Previously it always difficult to create filtered lookup field with minimal development task. But now, we can use InfoPath 2010 to achieve that functionality. Part III , InfoPath 2010 and SharePoint 2010 Productivity series webcast shows how to create filtered lookup field. There are two lists in the scenario “Books” and “Members” list.
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[…] Mengedit list form dengan menggunakan InfoPath Designer 2010. Disini rekan-rekan akan diajak untuk melihat teknik-teknik yang bisa digunakan untuk : mendefinisikan new form, edit form dan view form.
English: Imagine that user wants to build Book lending application using SharePoint 2010. Initially they must register the book description , and sub-sequently they will update book lending status. On the registration, the status should not be available in the form - however on lending event , they have to modify the status of the book. Following webcast shows how to use InfoPath Designer 2010 to customize New/Edit/View form in SharePoint List to build that application.