Inline Related Forms Question

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Posted by Sonoma - Dec 7 ’15 at 10:09

I have many forms with many related forms, sometimes upward to 10 per form.

Having the option to add inline list is great.

I am still getting the hang of the using the edit inline, I have yet to figure out the new form inline form.

I am having an issue with the inline form and multiple having multiple choice boxes.

Is there a limit to how many hoice boxes will work?

I can only get one, sometimes two to work in an inline form. I can not get more to work. The choice dropdawn shows up as a textbox with no choices.

 

Update: If I chose dropdown the options appear (with no multiple choices) but if I chose checkboxes (with multiple choices) nothing appears. I really need multiple choice though.

  • rostislav
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    #1 by rostislav Dec 7 ’15 at 11:51

    You should be able to have any number of multiple choice fields in the related items control in grid mode (limited by the how many fields of such type SharePoint allows, which is way more that 2). I have just tried to replicate your issue on my setup and I couldn't. Are you using any code that has to do with the related items control? Are you getting any errors in the console (press F12 to bring it up)?

    If the answer to the above is no, then we'd like to schedule a Team Viewer session with you. Send you Team Viewer details to [email protected]

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    #2 by Sonoma Dec 7 ’15 at 12:08

    No errors with F12.

     

    However I have 2 list in my tab.

    If I turn off "allow user to add" in one of my fields the drop down in the 1st list works but the second list breaks.

    If turn "allow user to add" back on on the the field breaks in the first list and works in the second list.

     

  • rostislav
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    #3 by rostislav Dec 7 ’15 at 12:48

    [#2]:

    What version of Forms Designer are you using?

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    #4 by Sonoma Dec 7 ’15 at 12:49

    3.0.5

  • Sonoma
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    #5 by Sonoma Dec 7 ’15 at 12:50

    3.0.5

  • rostislav
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    #6 by rostislav Dec 7 ’15 at 01:21

    [#5]:

    If we understand correctly, you want to edit multi-choice cells with "allow fill in" turned on in inline mode. Quick edit mode is a standard SharePoint feature and it does have this limitation, so unfortunatey, it is not possible to do this.

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    #7 by Sonoma Dec 7 ’15 at 04:00

    [#6]: NP. I understand, I had to revert to my other option. Thank you for the feed back.

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