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I have an entity template that starts like this:

<div class="<?php print $classes; ?>">
<h1><?php print $title; ?></h1>
</div>

But now I want to display the entity ID and the UUID next to the title. <?php print $entity_id; ?> or <?php print $entity_id; ?> display nothing.

Do I need to preprocess something?

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$title is an available variable in that entity template. So, yes if you need to pass entity ID and UUID then you will have to pass them via preprocess hook.

  • Sorry can you elaborate on that..i'm in the learning phase ;-) – Yuri Sep 12 '17 at 19:13
  • can you try $entity->id to print the entity id? – Bharat Sep 13 '17 at 3:14
  • printing $entity->id gives no output – Yuri Sep 17 '17 at 16:29
  • can you try $entity->entity_id or $entity->eid – Bharat Sep 20 '17 at 8:30
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It wouldn't display like that, firstly you would need to get the entity id then only you can print it after title. Now if it is a template of node then you can either just get the argument from the url e.g $node_id = arg(1); this will give you the node id and you can print this.

<?php print $node_id . ' ' . $title; ?> 

If it is some other entity then definitely in the url you will be getting some id of the entity.

Another way is that you can write hook_preprocess_page(&$variables) function where in $variables array you can set the value of the entity id e.g $variable['my_entity_id'] = ______ and in your template you can just print $my_entity_id . ' ' . $title;

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