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revised Sharepoint 2010>My settings> (the right) User Profile fields, show up in CA site only. Not in any other Site
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comment Using a calculated column from a lookup list
One other option.... rework your lists so you have clean sets and use Content Query or Content Search web parts to pull the data into whatever groups / format you choose for display. You still won't be able to do a lookup on a lookup.
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comment Using a calculated column from a lookup list
Sounds like you need to rethink whatever you are trying to do with the relationships ... Any "data" application that "can't have a key" is a candidate for Word or Excel and a typist in my book. The database option (trigger) and workflow option would be feasible. You always have the option to impose whatever manipulations you want via code. To the original question: setting a look up value from a look up field won't work in SharePoint. The look up field needs to get it's data from a field that actually contains data.
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answered SharePoint 2013 - How to create a custom site map
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answered Using a calculated column from a lookup list
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answered Sharepoint 2010>My settings> (the right) User Profile fields, show up in CA site only. Not in any other Site
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answered InfoPath Form Library Form in Web Part
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answered How to edit InfoPath form from SharePoint Designer when it only returns an error message
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comment Breadcrumb not showing parent site
The code Etienne posted IS the answer. Works great! Thank you.