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I have a visualforce page that is used for updating opportunities. I have created a SelectList to control what values are displayed in the stage field (depending on the current stage's value)

The problem I have is that I have a dependent picklist that needs to be on the page at a certain stage.

When I only have the selectList on the page, I get an error that the controlling field needs to be on the page.

How can I continue to use my select list to control the values that display in Stage without getting an error that I need the controlling field on the page?

I got the stage field to work by using the following code:

<apex:inputField id="slStageInput" value="{!stopLossOpp.o.StageName}" style="display:none" label="" />
                                        <!-- custom stage field with limited values -->
                                        <apex:selectList value="{!tempslstage}" size="1" styleClass="required" >
                                            <apex:selectOptions value="{!SlStages}"/>
                                             <apex:actionSupport event="onchange" action="{!SyncSlStage}" reRender="SlOutcome"/>    
                                        </apex:selectList>

However, now, my dependent picklist is not getting updated.

thanks!!

Fred

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You'd have to either use Apex to enforce the dependency and forego the use of apex:inputField, or you'd have to use JavaScript in order to implement the stage change logic.

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  • Thanks for responding! I found a suggestion to add the input field with style="display:none" I will edit my original post with the code. That resolved the original issue. However, I now have an issue where the dependent picklist is not getting updated after I update my select list. Any help would be greatly appreciated! – Fred Nov 22 '19 at 0:01

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