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I have a Drupal 7 view that uses fields as display type.

There are three fields, and I don't want to show the row if any one field is empty.

Currently, I am adding a filter for each of the three fields to achieve this. meaning if I have 20 fields, I would have to go for 20 filters.

Is there an easier way of doing this?

P.S. I can do this by overriding the row style output template file, and then add some custom php code. But I want to know is there an easier way using the views administration interface.

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You can add filter criteria corresponding to the field on which you want to hide
the row .
Suppose you want to hide the row if content: body is empty then you can add filter criteria as Content:Body not equal to "" (where value field should be left empty).
This will automatically hide the row if the specific field is empty .

  • That is exactly the problem. If I have 20 fields, I will have to add 20 filters. – Shuaib Feb 20 '14 at 10:10

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