I had created a view called "donor" with a page display. I includes nodes from content type "Donor-node". The title of "donor" views page is "donor wall". I created a view with type as content, which lists all nodes. An exposed search form with search term field. Is there any way to include "donor wall" page in this search results. If any one search for a key word donor, donor wall needs to list in result.

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    Just a shot from the hip really: Why don't you add the view to a node, and make that your "donor wall"?
    – Ollie
    Commented May 29, 2015 at 9:58
  • That is a solution.But i need to rebuild it has a block and place this block in a page.Any other way through coding.
    – drup
    Commented May 29, 2015 at 10:32
  • are you using the search_api module?
    – Ollie
    Commented May 29, 2015 at 11:02

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Building a page via the views interface implements this page with the hook_menu. An entirely different approach from the nodes wich are saved in the database.

Views is essentially a query engine wich basically searches those database tables (and only one base table per view).

There is no real way to make a hook_menu implementation appear a node view. Ollies advice to put your view into a block and add it to a node is probably the best viable option.

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