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SharePoint does not do stuff like this out of the box. You will need code in some way. Either a custom workflow, or Javascript in the list form. The SPServices library by Marc Anderson has the JS based tools, but it has a learning curve, especially if you are not familiar with JS and JQuery.


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I have discovered what was going wrong. Unbeknownst to me, the person creating the list by importing the Excel spreadsheet would then go in through SPD, delete the default Edit form, create a new edit form, and customize it to remove several fields they did not want showing on the form. Deleting the default Edit form also deleted the default list form web ...


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If the lookup allows multiple values you can check if it is equal to {"results":null}, which is the JSON string that will be returned when the field is empty (for SharePoint 2013 at least).


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What you should look for is Cascading filters sharepoint and infopath. Cascading filters is the most common term to describe what you want. This page explains it very well as well as the video http://www.nothingbutsharepoint.com/2012/05/25/sharepoint-how-to-create-multiple-cascade-drop-downs-using-infopath-2010-aspx/ ...


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Not every field you create in a list can be used in lookup columns, Name appears to be one of them, but you also won't see things like Multiple Lines of Text fields. SharePoint can only perform a lookup of values from columns that contain a ‘text’ value, and then only if it contains a single line of normal text (ie. “Single line of text”, a “number”, ...


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The problem was the relationship on search: I change this: For this: Before was searching for the value, I changed to search the ID and it worked.


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There are limitations as to what fields can be used as lookup columns, multiple lines of text is one that cannot be used. You might be able to pull it in as a related field though and that would be displayed along side the other information.


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Not a full solution, but a fairly easy workaround: If you open the view page for the item itself and then click on the lookup from within that ViewForm, it will open the lookup item ViewForm in a new tab.


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A simple approach would be to use a script editor or content editor web part on the page sitting above the list view that has a button that redirects the user to the new item form of the child list or opens the child list new item form in a modal.


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I have some solution for this case, it just use tool which SP support. Use workflow, when user create/update item in Stakeholders list, it will also copy item into the Project Details list. It will automatically copy and user don't need to do anything in Project Details Use Managed metadata like you say, and the items in Stakeholders you must create in ...


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Here's a complete implementation of jQuery autocomplete for a normal input box with contents from a sharepoint list. <script src="http://YOURSITEHERE/jquery.js"></script> <script src="http://YOURSITEHERE/jquery-ui.js"></script> <script type="text/javascript"> var SITE_URL = "http://YOURSITEHERE/"; var LIST_NAME = "MyList"; ...


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@johnG For autocomplete capability you can use jQuery as said by Kalpesh Vaghela To retrieve list items from a SharePoint list, you can use Client Object Model for JavaScript Reference : https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/office/hh185007(v=office.14).aspx#sectionSection0 Better not to use web services (recommended by Microsoft) Reference : ...


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You cannot do it OOTB. You need to use JSLink,SPService or Jquery for that You can get some reference from Autocomplete with SPServices Hope it will help you.



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