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When creating a “lookup” column be able to display not only one column from the other list, but additional columns RRS feed

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    • With the lookup technique, it is possible to select an item from another list and display one column of this item
    • It is obviously possible to create several lookup columns on the same list and therefore display several columns
    • There’s a high risk of not selecting the same item and therefore have inconsistent columns
    • The Requirement therefore consist of being able of displaying several columns of the same item from the other list, based on one unique selection
    • Example:
      • In list(x), define lookup column on list (y), column Title (possible today)
      • Then define a “secondary” lookup column on same list, column Code
      • The effect would be that when selecting an item from list (X), both Title and Code would show up consistently in 2 different columns of list (Y)
    All possible solutions are welcomed
    Wednesday, January 22, 2014 3:58 PM

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