The situation is following: I have this kind of string = 58;#value;#59;#value2;#60;#value3;.... So as you see this is just if i do: SPFieldLookupValueCollection collection= new ...
I have two lists Client and Project, each Client has from 0 to N Project stocked in his SPLookupField where multi values are allowed. And I created a new computed Column in the Client List where it ...
I have a multiple lookup field, and when I do this: string myValue = oItem["MyLookupField"]; I get this string back: [id];#[displayText];#[id];#[displayText] or a real example: "5;#C3;#15;#P3" ...
How do I set a ListItem's Lookup field using code? SPFile file = list.RootFolder.Files.Add(destUrl, iStream, true); SPListItem item = file.Item; item["DocumentID"] = DocID.ToString(); ...
When you get an SPListItemCollection from a SPList.GetItems(SPQuery) request, and the items have SPFieldUser or SPFieldLookup fields, what is the sexy way to get typed values, not the ...