I'm tasked with building this application but others will maintain/extend it so I'm trying to keep everything to the standard features of Sharepoint and, at most, designer. These guys will have a hard time if I have to throw in custom code using Visual
At the core, this is using Sharepoint and related lists to build a degree of structured database. Sort of like an Access database but without using Access Services.
We are tracking PCs. I have much of this done and it's working great, but relating lists to other lists that are already related to a parent list isn't working correctly and while this is simple to accomplish with SQL and .NET, I'm not as familiar
with Sharepoint yet. Seems like I just need to change some querystrings or something.
Here is an example:
Have three lists.
Obviously, there are many of each of these, but ultimately, the "parent" is the Customer. So in the Computer and the Switch list, I have related to the Customer list ID field. But, now I want two things.
One, when I am entering a new Computer, I select the Customer from a drop down. I have another drop down for Switch, but I only want to see items from the Switch list that are also associated with this selected Customer
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