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I have a view where the NID is getting passed as a contextual filter for a specific content type, but some nodes doesn't pass at all and for some of them there is no problem.

I've checked the database, and I can see that the node NID I am trying to expose is there, but I still can't see it in Preview with contextual filters.

  • Are you sure those nodes (nids) belong to the specific content type? Are the any other filters, such as published = Yes? that could be filtering them out. – No Sssweat Dec 28 '16 at 9:39
  • Yes I'm sure. And I can see the nodes in group view for particular node type when there is no contextual filter (sbch.org.mk/events-page). But when I click on link to view full node I can't see content, for some nodes (try last ones) – Viktor Ficorski Dec 28 '16 at 10:55
  • I see that the last 2 are duplicates, something weird is going on, and neither of them show anything on full node. When going to /node/215 doesn't work either. Are you able to edit the node? node/215/edit ? is it filled out? – No Sssweat Dec 28 '16 at 11:01
  • Yes I can edit the node. As a matter of fact I made the node with same content twice to checkout does it show the content with different NID (216). – Viktor Ficorski Dec 28 '16 at 11:35
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Finally I configured what was the problem. There were two referenced fields related with Relationship in view, and for those two relations I have checked the box "Require this relationship". So whenever I created content without any of those fields, content view was empty. When I unchecked "Require this relationship" boxes, everything works good. How ever thanks for your effords to help me.

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