I would like to display through the script editor the Content of one row in a parent site. For each row, I have a unique value, I would like to put it as an argument. I'm not a JavaScript expert, therefore I tried to adapt some code founded on Internet but doesn't work.

Thanks in advance.

  • I'm afraid I don't understood your problem. Please try to include your code snippets and the errors you encountered to help others help you Commented May 22, 2018 at 15:16

2 Answers 2


When using JSOM to query list items, you must include the fields you want to read in your load statement.

This would change your line



clientContext.load(collListItem, "Include('Title', 'TaskName')");

where TaskName is the internal field name.

Hope this helps!

  • Thank you, it's helped me. This is not correct for me (I already saw this solution before) but I search the documentation of the load function and it should be clientContext.load(this.collListItem);
    – fullcarton
    Commented May 24, 2018 at 7:06
  • Is it possible to reach a list which is in the parent site ? I am trying, context = new SP.ClientContext(siteUrl) but no results
    – fullcarton
    Commented May 24, 2018 at 7:19
  • This link should work Commented May 24, 2018 at 7:23
  • It works it was just long to display because of the amount of data. Thanks for your replies
    – fullcarton
    Commented May 24, 2018 at 7:24

Rigth now, I can Display several fields with :



listItemInfo += '<strong>ID: </strong> '  + oListItem.get_id() +
'<strong>ID: </strong> '  + oListItem.get_item('field1') +
'<strong>ID: </strong> '  + oListItem.get_item('field2') +

But I also want to display the "Name" of the element, I can do it with :

clientContext.load(collListItem, 'Include(DisplayName)');


listItemInfo += '<strong>ID: </strong> '  + oListItem.get_displayName()

I didn't find yet how to combine these two Displays...

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