New answers tagged lookup-column
Well, Finally I figured out :-) See while making a workflow, there is option of "Association Columns" there we can add new column and select the type as "Look-up",search for the specific column name and save it. Now just save and publish the workflow !! And it finally works. Revert, for any clarifications.
I tried the same and for me it is returning the most updated value of the comments field. can you please recheck once.
For first issue Replace #adding the new list to the list collection $spListCollection.Add("Studentlist1","Studentlist1",$spTemplate) #get the path of subsite and sitecollecion $path = $spWeb.url.trim() #get the list to the list object $spList = $spWeb.GetList("$path/Lists/Studentlist1") With #adding the new list to the list collection $lstId = ...
Adding List $spWeb = Get-SPWeb -Identity "http://url" $spTemplate = $spWeb.ListTemplates["Custom List"] $spListCollection = $spWeb.Lists $spListCollection.Add("listName", "listName", $spTemplate) Adding Lookup Field with Restrict Delete $ParentList = $spWeb.Lists.item("ParentList") $spList = $WebObj.Lists["listName"] ...
Keeping them in the same feature will also work, just make sure the Parent list is up in the hierarchy of feature items.
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