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I am tring to hide a foreign key column within an insert template. The column is populated with jquery, but it would be nice if it was invisible. How is that done? Thank you.

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closed as off topic by Alex Angas Sep 1 '10 at 7:10

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@Richard70: jQuery questions that aren't specific to SharePoint should be asked elsewhere. Thanks! – Alex Angas Sep 1 '10 at 7:10
Hi Alex. Are fk fields not used in SP? Please let me know because I might need to make some changes. I am storing the ID of the parent record in the item for filtering purposes. Should this relationship be stored in a relationships table instead? Thank you. – Anonymous Sep 1 '10 at 23:48
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If you've managed to populate it with jQuery then have you tried simply setting the visibility of the object to "hidden"?

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Thank you James. This worked: $("input[title='TaskOrderID']").hide(); – Anonymous Aug 31 '10 at 22:43