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I have a view that had a list of equipment. Each equipment node in the view needs a form so I can upload equipment drawings. I would like the form to belong to the node because it makes it easier for submission to understand it's context. Is there any way to do this?

I have webforms installed and I can create a webform for each node individually, but for some reason I can't find a way to add a webform for the content type.

Thanks!

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If you are ok with custom code.

  • The form does not need to be inline to Content Type.
  • Consider this example
  • You have custom form. form builder of which takes an argument as nid.

    function custom_form_builder($form, &$form_state, $nid) { $form['nid'] = array( '#type' => 'hidden', '#value' => $nid, ); // form field goes here. }

  • Now in your view add nid field along with other fields you need and an extra custom field.

  • In your views you can define custom template for custom field.

  • Implement template_preprocess_views_view() to call drupal_get_form('form_id',$nid) and make it available on the custom template.

  • Print the form on the template.

  • Now when the custom form gets submit you can get the nid to update in $form_state['values']['nid'].

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Each webform is a node, so you can use a node reference field on your equipment nodes and render that within your View.

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