Creating Cascading Drop Down Lists in VisualStudio LightSwitch - by @BethMassi
A common technique on data entry screens is using one “drop down list” (called an auto-complete box in LightSwitch) as a filter into the next. This limits the amount of choices that need to be brought down and guides the user into easily locating values. This technique is also useful if you have cascading filtered lists where the first selection filters data in the second, which filters data in the next, and so forth. LightSwitch makes this easy to do using parameterized queries and parameter binding. In this post let’s take a look a couple common scenarios.
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