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SharePoint 2013 - Parent/Child List Relationship

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I am attempting to create a Parent/Child relationship between two lists in SP 2013 as described in this post:

http://summit7systems.com/creating-a-parentchild-list-relationship-in-sharepoint-2013/

I have done this numerous times in previous versions with no problems. However in 2013 I have not been able to get this to work. I have tried various versions, code I know works from 2010, jQuery code (as described in the article) and a few other things. The web connection between the web parts works fine, the issues arrives when I go to the newform.aspx file on the child list, I am unable to set the relational key. The pull down will not change to the value of the query string no matter what I try.

If anyone has a surefire way to do this in 2013 it would be greatly appreciated. If you have other information that might help, please let me know.

Many thanks
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Sam Panwar earned 500 total points
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Hi,

I think the following knowledge base article help you to resolve this.

https://www.nothingbutsharepoint.com/sites/eusp/Pages/SharePoint-2010-Join-Two-Lists-Child-Parent-Relationship.aspx

Sam
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