FindItems function

Applies to JungleDocs for SharePoint 2010-2019.
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This article describes the formula syntax and usage of the FindItems function in JungleDocs.


Returns items from a SharePoint list, filtered by specific values.


FindItems(listTitleOrUrl; columnName; value; [additionalParameter; additionalParameterValue])

The FindItems function syntax has the following arguments:

  • listTitleOrUrl   Required. A SharePoint list name. List URL is also supported to specify the list on another site.
  • columnName   Required. A SharePoint column name (internal column name is recommended).
  • value   Required. The value to find items by.
  • additionalParameter   Optional. An additional parameter: a SharePoint column name (lookup columns, choice columns, and Boolean columns are also supported) or a date condition.
  • additionalParameterValue   Optional. The value of the additional parameter (text or number).


  • To use the FindItems function, you need to create a repeated section.
  • You can use an unlimited number of additional parameters in a formula.
  • Additional parameters work only as an equal condition and they are combined by and operators. For Boolean columns, use 0 to filter No values, and 1 to filter Yes.



Finds items in the Contacts list, matching the Contoso value in the Company column.

FindItems("TestList"; "ChoiceColumnName"; "ChoiceColumnValue"; "BooleanColumnName"; "0")

Finds items in the TestList, matching ChoiceColumnValue in the ChoiceColumnName and matching the Boolean column No value.

FindItems("TestList"; "ExpirationDate"; Today())

Finds items in the TestList, matching a dynamic date (today) in the ExpirationDate column.

FindItems("TestList"; "ExpirationDate"; "01/10/2016")

Finds items in the TestList, matching a static date in the ExpirationDate column.

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