I have two products on my site that are named similarly but easily distinguished by their images. Users sometimes buy the wrong one by mistake, so I want to put the product image on the Shopping cart summary view. By default, this view can be used to add fields of products.

My product images, however, are on the Product display content type. Though the Product display has a product reference to Products, there seems to be no way to get the reverse of that relationship (in other words, to get the Product Display from the Product).

There aren't too many products, so I thought about just adding an image field to Product as well and duplicating all the data, but that is definitely a maintenance problem down the line. Is there a way to get the image on the Product Display with just the Product in Views without duplicating data?

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You should be able to do it by adding two relationships. First add Commerce Line item: Referenced products

referenced products

and then that allows you to add Commerce Product: Referencing Node.

referencing node

From there you should be able to add and reference fields from your display node.

  • Thanks, that did the trick-- it was called Commerce Product: Referencing Content on my site, but otherwise everything was as you described. Apr 14, 2015 at 13:10

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