Filter the options in a lookup list based on the selection made in a choice control. When a user picks an item from the list column, the lookup control in the form only displays a subset of choices.
- [Instructor] Nintex doesn't call it a cascading lookup,…but that's usually how people refer…to what I want to show you here.…That's where if I chose a state that I'm flying to,…I only want the list of airports to…filter down to just the airports in that state.…How you do this in Nintex is by filtering a lookup control.…Alright, so let's go look at our two lists…so we understand what we're doing.…So this is in my travel request form.…In my travel request form,…I have a column that's a choice field…and I've minimized my choices for what airports…I want based on only the states where we…have offices or somebody is authorized to travel.…
So in this particular choice field…or in this particular column, I only have one Oklahoma,…one Texas, one California, and one Washington.…I can have all 50 states here as well.…Alright, I'm just doing a smaller…group just to make a point.…I can't use the airport state field…in my airports list because look…at how many Alabamas I have.…If I used that one, I wouldn't know…which airport I was looking at…
- Explain how to change layout options on Nintex forms.
- Use a lookup list control to reuse lists in multiple forms.
- Configure form controls to filter options.
- Describe techniques that can be used to hide calculated values on a form.
- Identify the benefits of responsive forms.
- Give examples of how buttons enhance forms.