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I have a view which is a clone of the Product view (created for the Drupal commerce module).

In the view I set a contextual filter. But it just doesn't work as required.

It is very rare since the view is pretty simple.

Please take a look at the capture I've made: http://screencast.com/t/tgRPQQCm

The "Categoria" field is a Term Reference field type.

If I use other field as a Contextual Filter it works fine. Look: http://screencast.com/t/yspxMFxjA0k

Then there is something wrong with the field??

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I do not have sound so not sure if I was following properly, but could it be that you are using a contextual filter rather than a regular filter?

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I need it to be a Contextual Filter because I will provide the argument in the url. Sorry for the audio, I had the mic off... – chefnelone Feb 7 '12 at 13:17
i just added a new capture to show that if use other field then the Contextual filter works just fine. – chefnelone Feb 7 '12 at 13:41
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I just found the solution to this. It was missing some setting in "When the value IS in the url..."

Check the image capture:


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Please update the image. Upload the images via WYSIWYG – milkovsky Aug 16 '13 at 7:51

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