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I hope I can get some tips here. I have some fields in a SharePoint form that I would like to pre populate from a table in SQL server tables.

So for example if I select a value in a dropdown field in sharepoint form I would like this to go to a table in SQL and get some data rows which I will then use to fill in some text in my texboxes etc...

Any tips will be appreciated.

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This is a pretty good guide.

You can specify which columns to show, specify custom queries, order, filter, join...

Furthermore, you could also use the SSRS integration package to display it in a more BI-friendly manner... but if all you want is to expose SQL through a SharePoint list, the link above will do.

Hope that helps!

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  • Manish as I said I want to populate texboxes, dropdown from sql server table. Hope this makes sense – naijacoder Jul 3 '15 at 7:34

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