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Sharepoint Calculated Colums

Posted on 2016-09-06
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Hello everyone, I am trying to create a calculated colums in Sharepoint.

The goal is to when a user chose a specific value in a drop down box the calculated field should produce a date when the drop down change

here is a example

Delivery date colum:
=if(Deliverystatus = "deliveried","[Today]")

Thanks everyone in Advance
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Question by:Arthit84
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Greg Besso earned 250 total points
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Hi there, calculated columns only work once the list item is changed and saved, they are not like JavaScript OnChange events being fired (unless they have made an awesome improvement with 2016 release that I'm not aware of yet).
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by:Walter Curtis
Walter Curtis earned 250 total points
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As mentioned above, this column is only calculated when the item is saved. JavaScript of jQuery should be able to help you here.

Good luck...
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