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Overview

Repeating Rows App is part of KWizCom Forms App (Professional edition).

The SharePoint Repeating Rows app enables you to easily create multi-row forms (such as expense forms) by simply using SharePoint’s out-of-the-box list forms.

Once you add the Repeating Rows app to your site, you’ll be able to add a new type of Repeating Rows column to your lists, which allows you to have multiple rows in your list form:

So, how does this work?

When you add a Repeating Rows column to your list, you create a lookup column that connects your list to another list, creating a relation of one-to-many between the lists.
In the screenshot above we have a list called “Expense reports” where each item is a single employee’s monthly report.
Each expense report includes several expenses, these expenses are stored in a second list called “Expense details”. 

This is how the data model looks like:

In the example above, we have created a Repeating Rows column called “Expense details” that connects every expense item to many expense details items. The Repeating Rows column renders as multi-row table, enabling the user to fill-out multiple expenses in one form; the expense details items are stored in the connected “Expense details” list.

 

Key Features

Feature

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Repeating Rows app

A new column type that enables you to add/edit a list item along with multiple connected items from a remote list.

Connect between a “Master” list and “Details” list (such as “Expenses” and “Expense details”.

Connect between a “Master” list and “Details” document library, enabling connecting multiple documents to a list item. (such as scanned receipts connected to an expense item)

Configurable column widths

Connected lists can be in different sites.

Configurable number of empty rows in “New” form

Configurable summary calculated fields

Cascaded delete: When you delete the master item, its connected items are also deleted from the remote/child list so you won’t end-up with “orphan” list items.

 


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Last modified at: 11/16/2020 7:09 AM
Last modified by: Nimrod Geva
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