I can't follow what you mean by "The item option will display the content inside".
Do you mean that if the user selects Lunch from "Type", you want item to display both "Chicken" and "Po" in the item field as a list?
That is no longer a conditional value list, but it can be done if that's what you mean here.
if user selects lunch from ' type ' i want the item to display both 'chicken and 'pig' and not to select either of them.
thanks for the prompt reply!! appreciated!
Since the method in that help article uses a relationship to implement the conditional value list. You should already have the needed relationship in place that you can use a portal to display both "chicken" and "pig" in rows in that portal. That would be the simplest, most flexible way to get what you want here.
In other cases, you may want to copy that data--either as a list in a single field or as rows in a portal.
Whether those options make sense depends on what you want to do with this list once you have it appearing on your layout.
i have display the item as portal. i have some issue pertaining to this. i want the word pig and curry as shown in the picture below to be ineditable. For the portal itself the only condition i can set is Under field --> menu --> item --> tick the box [ prohibit modification of value during data entry ] , and it prompt me a popup as shown in the picture. Is there anyway i can do it such that it only display the word pig and curry without user having the authority to change the content inside( basically just like a display only )
In layout mode, select the field(s). Then go to the Behavior section of the Inspector's Data tab and clear the check box for Browse mode access. The user will then not be able to enter the field to edit it when you are in browse mode.