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I have a content type of Company, which can have multiple Images. In the company node, i want to display a slideshow of the images which belong to the company.

For some reasons, instead of storing the images in a field of Company, i created another content type of Image, which references the Company through an Entity Reference field type.

So now i have a view of Images which i want to filter using the reference field. I tried adding an Contextual Filter, but the filter cannot find the related images, which i think because the url is transformed. For example if the company has the name The Company, the path becomes /company/the-company (i am using automatic alias).

How can i filter the images correctly in the company page? Thanks.

marked as duplicate by Mołot, kiamlaluno Jul 9 '14 at 8:24

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To get your NID back (after it has been aliased) one of the solutions here is for you:

Drupal 7 Contextual Filter on URL Alias

But first I'd make sure your view is set up correctly with a contextual filter that has a relationship to the entity reference field ...

On your "view" click "Advanced". Click the "Add" button to the right of Relationships.

Find the "Entity Reference: Referenced Entity" relationship and check the box. Click "Apply". On the next screen, click "Apply" right away unless you want to change the identifier or make the relationship required.

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Once you are back to your view's 'advanced options' Click the "Add" button to the right of Contextual filter and select "Content: Nid".

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Under "Relationship", ensure that the entity reference relationship you added previously is selected. Next, select "Provide default value" and then set the type to "Content ID from URL". Click "Apply".

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Stolen from here: https://www.drupal.org/node/1841004

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