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Using Drupal 7.58 and Views 3.18

I am simply trying to display Commerce Order Owner role on a View. Using the Commerce Order:Owner relationship, I have access to a large set of user fields and properties... except the User role? Did I miss anything here?

EDIT : I am using Aggregation on my View (if you want to replicate this issue)

EDIT#2 : interesting workaround here, simply add the user role field before activate the aggregation... Still, I could not manage to build a chart and only a list of roles counted per user, using Table with aggregation options display

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No clue why it's not showing. The Views module defines a "User: Roles" field, and I see that just fine in my own development environment for a View joining to Users via the "Commerce Order: Owner" relationship.

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  • Thanks Ryan for your time on this test. I will try again this week and let you know if I find the answer to that mystery.
    – Toki
    Commented Apr 8, 2018 at 9:09
  • I may have found something interesting. Actually, the User: roles field is no more available if you use aggregation. I need this to show simple stats for my client (x orders from people with role Public customer and y orders from people with role Private customer, for example). Is it a bug or is it working as planned?
    – Toki
    Commented Apr 9, 2018 at 12:12
  • Yep, that’s an important detail. Not all fields support aggregation due to how their data is stored in the database. Roles do not exist in their own column, so you’d need a custom module to make this work. Commented Apr 10, 2018 at 14:18

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