Currently, I am using an ajax request to access the list items. The fields that are not lookups come as expected but the lookup fields come across as an ID of the object that corresponds to its ...
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 ...