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I've got these two content types, A (2014) and B (2015), I'm tryging to combine in a view but content A needs field to view node and content B to edit node,

The view show the fields but it show both options edit and view for all contents.

My actual view my actual view

The view I would like to do Planing to do

  • I'm not sure if I understand the question; could you explain it a bit more? – Aram Boyajyan May 13 '15 at 11:26
  • Basically is how to display a field with a condition if content type is A display view link and if content type is B display edit link.. – user3415054 May 13 '15 at 11:37
  • Welcome to Drupal Answers. If you want to give more information you are supposed to edit your question. This site is not meant as a forum, so don't expect comments to be seen by users judging if your problem is worth their time. – Free Radical May 24 '15 at 4:36
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For things like this I use Views Conditional.
Work with the replacement variables and hide unused content.

  • Nugorra, this module save my day, I manage to do this with Views Conditional, working pretty good. – user3415054 May 13 '15 at 21:54
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Views Conditonal solved my problem

if content type A

<a href="node/[nid]/edit">2015.................................[edit_node]<span class="read"></span></a> <span class="read" style="margin-left:100px; text-align:right">[percentage]</span> 

if content type B

<a href="node/[nid]">2014................................[view_node]<span class="read"></span></a>

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