Connected Field 2.1.0

Connected Field 2.1.0

Developer's description
Published by Infowise Ltd on 26 Jun 2014
  • Size

    244.27 KB
  • License

    Commercial
  • OS

    Windows
  • Price

    $449 Buy full version
  • Updated

    26 Jun 2014
  • Downloads

    25 (1 last week)

"Master-detail relation in SharePoint columns"

You can now create cascading master-detail relationships between two or more lookup fields in SharePoint lists and document libraries. Filter your city column values by the selected country, it is as easy as it should be!
You can create connections between multiple fields, including support for content types and site columns. You can even create multi-choice to multi-choice connections!
Enables you to create lookup columns that are filtered according to the value selected in the parent lookup field. Columns can be chained together to produce a hierarchy of cascading columns.
More Features:
• Support for site columns and content types - now you can create the master-detail relationship at the root site and reuse it throughout your site collection.
• Support for multi-choice lookup fields - both master and detail fields can be set to support multiple values. When several master values are selected, the combined list of detail values is available for selection.
• Unlimited number of cascading levels - you can chain together as many columns are you like, each parent can have unlimited children and each child can have its own children. Note: you may experience some performance degradation when too many columns are added. Up to 12 columns may be created on a slow system without a significant performance penalty.
• Looks and behaves similarly to the built-in lookup column, no user training required - end users will not notice any change in the behavior or appearance.
• Based on ASP.NET AJAX capabilities.

Requirements: SharePoint 2007/2010

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