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I'm trying to use the "has taxonomy term" filter in a view together with Views Populate filters (https://drupal.org/project/views_filters_populate).

The taxonomy filter has not to be exposed because the exposed filter is the one created with Populate filters.

The site admin continuosly add new term to the vocabulary.

Consequently I cannot fill the "is one of" setting for the "has taxonomy term" filter.

I would need some settings like: if the term is in the vocabulary.

Any idea?

It seems strange to me that you cannot use the same input field to search for example in title and in a term reference field.

thank you in advance

  • check if the video tutorial link helps you drupal.stackexchange.com/questions/75370/… – Bala Feb 8 '14 at 6:34
  • thank you, but that video does not answer to my question. I can use populate filters module, the problem is how to include a filter for "term reference field" if the related vocabulary is not fixed, but its values grow continuosly. – lorenzo Feb 10 '14 at 6:39
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I've reached this question while looking for something similar and couldn't find anything relevant. Yet, after searching trough views options, I've managed to achieve something I think is the easiest workaround to our mutual issue, which is why I'm resurrecting this question.

First things first, I've created a View to show all the taxonomy terms of certain vocabulary and replaced the output as a link to, say, /disciplines/[Term ID]. Afterwards, I've created a view to replace the taxonomy display page and defined the term id as a contextual filter to the url(using the % replacement). Now every time the admin creates a new taxonomy term, the first view will always redirect to the second one with all the good stuff Views can offer.

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