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I have received a request to create a multi-select field which references an existing custom table (in this case a table called 'competitors'). I am ok with creating a multi-select option set field (and wise to its liimitations) but wanted to know if there was an alternative to allow for multiple values from a defined list in a lookup table.
Current System = [System 1] [System3] [System 9]
where [system] above is a value in the competitors table.
Please take a look at the following and check if it suits your requirement.
Thanks for the quick response!
The first solution would be most relevant considering the second appears to be a hardcoded lookup to 'systemuser'. It does seem to be a fairly complex solution - I guess there is no out of the box solution out there.
the page mentions 'Add the component EasyM2M for relationships' - would you happen to know if this is additional custom code?
Seems " EasyM2M for relationships" is the name of the control. No custom code required. You can use this for N:N relationships directly.
Hi... Did this work for you
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