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I have a custom content type "Project" which has two fields "Completed Projects" and "WIP Projects". I have added some of my project as completed and rest of them are wip.

Using webform, I wanted to create a form, which can show ONLY my WIP projects (Not completed projects) in check box option. So that check box entries can be generated dynamically and user can select WIP projects.

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You dont have to use tokens there. You can use hook_form_alter to add the correct node titles to the form at that stage. You write a custom query, and populate the empty list.

  • Alexei Rayu, Can you please explain more? Since I am new to drupal, I didn't got you exactly. I'd be thankful of you, if you can point me to some blog to get it. Also, please let me know if there exists any simpler way... – Ravi Joshi Mar 5 '14 at 11:06
  • Ravi, you can do it like this: 1. Create a form, add a select element that fits your purpose, add one default placeholder value. 2. Create a module. 3. Implement hook_form_alter(). Tutorial: websmiths.co/blog/very-introduction-drupals-hookformalter 4. In hook_form_alter, you can add your own values, that you can get from the database by doing a query. drupal.org/node/1343708 – Alexei Rayu Mar 5 '14 at 12:15

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