Powershell and Forms (part 2) – Multiple Dropdown lists

Populating a second dropdown list based on your choice in the first dropdown list

Following on from my post yesterday in the week regarding the creating of forms in Powershell, I came across a situation that I need to work on.  I have a form that contains 2 dropdown lists.  The first list contains a list of all the volumes that are on my NetApp filer.  The second dropdown list is populated with a list of all the snapshots from which ever volume I choose in the first dropdown list.

When I change my choice in dropdown list 1 I want to see the contents of dropdown list 2 change and reflect my choice by listing the snapshots of the selected volume in dropdown list 1.


So here is the code:

Feel free to leave a comment. I am hoping to have more Powershell/Form related posts soon.


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