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I'm creating a store using Drupal commerce and I'm trying to show a catalog of products.

  1. First I create taxonomy of product types
  2. Then I use taxonomy to create a view of product types(product type view) and I'm showing taxonomies image
  3. Then I add a taxonomy reference field to product contents

I want to show all products of a type every time I click on a taxonomy in product type catalog view.

Can anyone help me?

  • Use “Contextual filters” in view and Add the filters: “Content: Has taxonomy term ID (with depth)”. – DRUPWAY Nov 30 '15 at 10:17
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With this solution yo can get the result with some struggle, but I have a better solution for you.
Create a list that show all product in categories. (If you do not need this, skip this step.)

  • Create a view of product type
  • Add a relation to category (taxonomy you used in product display)
  • Add a taxonomy field (also images)
  • Group the result by category

Create a view with path something like product/* and pass the category ID to it.

then add contextual filter on your category field,and get default value from the URL.

for getting better involve with views contextual filter read this article.
if you need more details tell me to provide it.

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