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So I have two different lists:

  1. contains skills, based on a role, with a Required Level (int)
  2. contains skills, based on personnel, with an Actual Level (int)

For reasons beyond my control, these have to be two seperate lists, but I want to be able to calculate the difference betweeen the Required and Actual fields in the two lists.

Can this be done with a calculated field or will I have to create a custom workflow?

Ultimately, these needs to be displayed on a page.

  • what's the content of the Required and Actual fields ? should you give me example – Mohamed El-Qassas MVP Jul 27 '16 at 14:26
  • @M.Qassas they're both integers, i want to subtract one from the other – Jamie Brace Jul 27 '16 at 14:28
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You will need to use a custom workflow .

You may think to add a lookup field to one of your lists to display actual level then created a calculated field between both fields.

but unfortunately, you will notice that

  • Lookup fields do not show under the Insert Column heading.

  • Lookup columns cannot be referenced in a calculated column. The suggested workaround here is to use a workflow that copies the lookup value into a text field and to use that copied field in the formula.

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