In one of my projects i had a form in which i am fetching data from a second list. In this second list there is a people field in which user can insert one or more people. And exactly these values should be displayed in my form. I tried a computed field, a textfield, a people field, but it only displayed the first value cause i choosed the displayname of the people field. If i select the people group it displayed everything (displayname, Userid and type).
So i googled and found this script and put it into my textfield:
eval(eval(DisplayName[ID = LookupFieldInMyForm]; 'concat(., ";")'); "..")
What does it do?
Well, in short it put each value of the people field from the second list and after each value it adds “;”. That was exactly what i needed.
If you want to use it for a listview box and you only want to extract the selected items you have to modify this part:
DisplayName[ID = LookupFieldInMyForm]
This it is reading the values.
I hope it helps you.
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