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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.


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I tried the same and for me it is returning the most updated value of the comments field. can you please recheck once.


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Changing the lookup dynamically requires you to do either client-side scripting or server-side scripting. From personal experience I would advise against this because scripts need to be maintained and creating them takes some effort. With JavaScript an option would be the Cascading dropdowns function of SPServices The SPCascadeDropdowns function lets ...


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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 = ...


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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"] ...


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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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