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My idea are instead of update the views name to the custom code one by one. I like to apply to same content type, but I don't know the syntax.

 function myModule_views_query_alter(&$view, &$query)

   if(($view->name == '?????????'){

}

I would get the node/content type "myArticle" for node table as following code

$content_type = $wrapper->type->value();

but how can I update $view->name to $views->node->type ? I try print_r the $view but not fully understand the syntax to access the field. Not sure if I went in the wrong direction. Please advise.

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    Can you please elaborate upon the requirement. I am not able to get what exactly do you wish to achieve Dec 20, 2017 at 10:21
  • 1. i created custom content type for Group doc. called dept_article 2. then add node custom field department (term "department ID") to the dept_article. 3. then create user role Dept mgr, staff, mgt 4. then add user custom field rom admin > people again called field department (term "department ID") now i want to use hook views query alter. if content type = dept_artile and $role = then $query=>add_where().... i think alter the query ref to role is easier for beginner, compare to create a more complex module.
    – user76445
    Dec 20, 2017 at 15:18

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If You only want to display data for specific roles to specific persons then you can use Global php in views to filter your results, Just take "User: Roles (Roles)" in your field as excluded and use its token in Global PHP field.example

if([roles] == "admin"){print [your_field_token_name];}
elseif([roles] == "your_roles"){print [your_field_token_name];}

You have to download the module of viewsphp to use global php.

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  • hello Ranjan, thanks for you reply, i never try token programming, need to study first, by the way, is there any way to do without additional Module, thanks, have a nice weekend and Max's Christmas..!
    – user76445
    Dec 22, 2017 at 14:59
  • Hello, Using a tokens are not a bigger task, actually views already makes a tokens for their use also and the module "viewsphp" make you enable to write PHP in views and if you want to use hook_views_query_alter that's also easy you can use details of add_where syntax here: api.drupal.org/api/views/… may this helps you...add_where($group, $field, $value = NULL, $operator = NULL) and let me know if any other help, thanks and Marry christmas ...!
    – Ranjan
    Dec 23, 2017 at 16:26

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