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SharePoint 2010: How to create Cascading Lookup Field

Tweets that mention SharePoint 2010: How to create Cascading Lookup Field | Ideas For Free – Topsy.com - Jul 3, 2010 […] This post was mentioned on Twitter by Hire SharePoint Dev, Riwut Libinuko. Riwut Libinuko said: Ideas For Free: SharePoint 2010: How to create cascading lookup field http://j.mp/ctTqOH […] [ragini]( “[email protected]”) - Dec 4, 2010 That is cool..thanks alot SharePoint 2010: How to create Cascading Lookup Field using Client Object Model | Ideas For Free - Jan 6, 2011

SharePoint 2010: How to create Cascading Lookup Field

English In the previous version, creating cascading lookup field was becoming a problem. At least 2 or more technique have been proposed for example using Javascript , or custom field. In this video cast, I will continue the InfoPath and SharePoint 2010 productivity series by implementing the cascading lookup field using InfoPath. In this video, I will extend Members list with City – Province – Country , information. Province and Country are cascading lookup field.

SharePoint 2010: How to create filtered lookup field

[Dhiraj]( “[email protected]”) - Jan 6, 2011 Can we do the same thing without using InfoPath forms? Thanks in advance. [cakriwut]( “[email protected]”) - Jan 0, 2011 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 [Lutfuth]( “[email protected]”) - Jun 2, 2011 Hi, Which program did you used for create these webcasts? Please let me also know which resolution do you have.

SharePoint 2010: How to create filtered lookup field

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.

SharePoint 2010 WebCast: Customizing list form using InfoPath Designer 2010

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SharePoint 2010 WebCast: Customizing list form using InfoPath Designer 2010

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.

SharePoint 2010: Howto start customize list form (New/Edit/View) using InfoPath Designer 2010

Arash Aghajani - Mar 1, 2010 Very simple and useful article. Thanks. [Mic Salvador]( “[email protected]”) - Jun 6, 2010 Thanks a lot. Big help. [Odis Aanderud]( “[email protected]”) - Sep 2, 2010 I was just was doing research and suprised by the article you posted. Just exactly what I searched also. This rocks! [Willy]( “[email protected]”) - Sep 2, 2010 hi, what if i don’t use infopath? how can i create different views for the workflow using the custom list?

SharePoint 2010: Howto start customize list form (New/Edit/View) using InfoPath Designer 2010

English In SharePoint 2010 there we have more option to customize list form. For instance, you can use SharePoint Designer 2010 or InfoPath Designer 2010. Since modifying list form using SPD is already exist in previous version. I will just show you how to customize list form using InfoPath Designer 2010. When customizing list form using InfoPath Designer 2010, you will get all form designer benefit. For example, you can define the field validation rules, parent-child relation etc.