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I have two managed metadata columns, which I want to make dependent of each other. The first column is a set of companies (Company), and the other column contains the employees (Employee) of the companies. The problem is that these columns contain huge amount of terms. Thus, when you select a company (Company A), I want to limit the options for the second MMD-field to just contain employees for this specific company. Is this possible somehow?

The MMD-field Company contains all companies. The MMD-field Employee contains all companies on the first level, and then all employees on the second level.

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If I'm not wrong, look at this jquery library. This library provides functionality to configure cascade drop down lists.

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Why are you setting every employee as a managed metadata item? It would be a better way to make a list where you add every employee in than add your metadata column company to every emoployee this way you can filter the list of employees on your metadata column country.

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Here is a good link on Cascading Dropdown with Managed Metadata:

SharePoint 2010 Cascading or Filtered Dropdowns

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