In this example, we show you how you can have a double layer conditional value list. That is to say that we have one value list that determines what is available in a second value list. Then the second value list data option determines what is in the third value list.
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So we have a setup where you choose a team, then a position and finally a player. The value list options are filtered based upon what choices you make. This feature uses a combination of relationships and value list settings.
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