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I have played with a bunch of modules (Node Reference Node Access, Views Field, View Reference) and can't seem to find one that does a very simple job; In one content type I want a field that provides a select list of all nodes owned by current user from another content type.

Think of it (roughly) as blog content types.

  • Blog 1 - Owned by user 1
  • Blog 2 - Owned by user 2
  • Blog 3 - Owned by user 1

In another content type (updates) we'll have a field that is used for building a relationship (ie, select the blog that this update will be related to) and that field should be populated with the blogs owned by that user;

  • Select Blog (for user 1 the list would contain;
    • Blog 1
    • Blog 3

I have read so much, installed so many modules and I just cant get it to work. The closest I have got is a field that contained the name of the view, which is not overly helpful.

EDIT: Screen Shots: Manage Fields Top section of Field edit Bottom section of Field edit

I have played with a bunch of modules (Node Reference Node Access, Views Field, View Reference) and can't seem to find one that does a very simple job; In one content type I want a field that provides a select list of all nodes owned by current user from another content type.

Think of it (roughly) as blog content types.

  • Blog 1 - Owned by user 1
  • Blog 2 - Owned by user 2
  • Blog 3 - Owned by user 1

In another content type (updates) we'll have a field that is used for building a relationship (ie, select the blog that this update will be related to) and that field should be populated with the blogs owned by that user;

  • Select Blog (for user 1 the list would contain;
    • Blog 1
    • Blog 3

I have read so much, installed so many modules and I just cant get it to work. The closest I have got is a field that contained the name of the view, which is not overly helpful.

I have played with a bunch of modules (Node Reference Node Access, Views Field, View Reference) and can't seem to find one that does a very simple job; In one content type I want a field that provides a select list of all nodes owned by current user from another content type.

Think of it (roughly) as blog content types.

  • Blog 1 - Owned by user 1
  • Blog 2 - Owned by user 2
  • Blog 3 - Owned by user 1

In another content type (updates) we'll have a field that is used for building a relationship (ie, select the blog that this update will be related to) and that field should be populated with the blogs owned by that user;

  • Select Blog (for user 1 the list would contain;
    • Blog 1
    • Blog 3

I have read so much, installed so many modules and I just cant get it to work. The closest I have got is a field that contained the name of the view, which is not overly helpful.

EDIT: Screen Shots: Manage Fields Top section of Field edit Bottom section of Field edit

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I have played with a bunch of modules (Node Reference Node Access, Views Field, View Reference) and can't seem to find one that does a very simple job; In one content type I want a field that provides a select list of all nodes owned by current user from another content type.

Think of it (roughly) as blog content types.

  • Blog 1 - Owned by user 1
  • Blog 2 - Owned by user 2
  • Blog 3 - Owned by user 1

In another content type (updates) we'll have a field that is used for building a relationship (ie, select the blog that this update will be related to) and that field should be populated with the blogs owned by that user;

  • Select Blog (for user 1 the list would contain;
    • Blog 1
    • Blog 3

I have read SOso much, installed SOso many modules and I just cant get it to work. The closest I have got is a field that contained the name of the view ... Not, which is not overly helpful.

Would love any help, thanks!!!

Christian

I have played with a bunch of modules (Node Reference Node Access, Views Field, View Reference) and can't seem to find one that does a very simple job; In one content type I want a field that provides a select list of all nodes owned by current user from another content type.

Think of it (roughly) as blog content types.

  • Blog 1 - Owned by user 1
  • Blog 2 - Owned by user 2
  • Blog 3 - Owned by user 1

In another content type (updates) we'll have a field that is used for building a relationship (ie, select the blog that this update will be related to) and that field should be populated with the blogs owned by that user;

  • Select Blog (for user 1 the list would contain;
    • Blog 1
    • Blog 3

I have read SO much, installed SO many modules and I just cant get it to work. The closest I have got is a field that contained the name of the view ... Not overly helpful.

Would love any help, thanks!!!

Christian

I have played with a bunch of modules (Node Reference Node Access, Views Field, View Reference) and can't seem to find one that does a very simple job; In one content type I want a field that provides a select list of all nodes owned by current user from another content type.

Think of it (roughly) as blog content types.

  • Blog 1 - Owned by user 1
  • Blog 2 - Owned by user 2
  • Blog 3 - Owned by user 1

In another content type (updates) we'll have a field that is used for building a relationship (ie, select the blog that this update will be related to) and that field should be populated with the blogs owned by that user;

  • Select Blog (for user 1 the list would contain;
    • Blog 1
    • Blog 3

I have read so much, installed so many modules and I just cant get it to work. The closest I have got is a field that contained the name of the view, which is not overly helpful.

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I have played with a bunch of modules (Node Reference Node Access, Views Field, View Reference) and can't seem to find one that does a very simple job; In one content type I want a field that provides a select list of all nodes owned by current user from another content type.

Think of it (roughly) as blog content types.

  • Blog 1 - Owned by user 1
  • Blog 2 - Owned by user 2
  • Blog 3 - Owned by user 1

In another content type (updates) we'll have a field that is used for building a relationship (ie, select the blog that this update will be related to) and that field should be populated with the blogs owned by that user;

  • Select Blog (for user 1 the list would contain;
    • Blog 1
    • Blog 3

I have read SO much, installed SO many modules and I just cant get it to work. The closest I have got is a field that contained the name of the view ... Not overly helpful.

Would love any help, thanks!!!

Christian