I've been using your jquery code for cascading dropdowns for the past few weeks successfully (with 2 dropdowns) but now that I am looking to use it with 3 dropdowns I'm running into a little issue. Is there a way to set up additional
filtering (maybe using a CAML query?) so that when you use 3 dropdowns, your 3rd dropdown values depend on a combination of what has been selected in the 1st and 2nd dropdowns?
Reason I'm asking is the relationships in my data aren't as straight forward/unique as Country - State - City. I'm trying to set this up for a "Training Matrix" where I can get users to enter the different types of certifications/training
courses they've taken.
My first dropdown is the Vendor (i.e. Avaya, Cisco, BMC, Genesys etc) .
My second dropdown is for Category (which is really just for our own internal use to differentiate the certications/training types i.e Core, Applications, IP, PBX, etc).
My third dropdown is called Topic for the name of the certication/training course (i.e. Course No:AVA0329 - Application Enablement Server, Course No: AVA378348 - IQ Implementation and Maintenance, etc.).
So basically right now, if I pick:
Vendor=Cisco and Category=Applications, I should get only the certications/training courses that were available for that combination. But I don't... I get all the results that have Category=Applications, for
Do you understand what I'm saying? Can this be done?