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I need to filter a node by moderation state. I am using the Drupal 8 content moderation module.

I basically want to get NIDs of all nodes in draft state. Something similar to this.

$nids = \Drupal::entityQuery('node')
      ->condition('moderation_state', 'draft')
      ->execute();

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An additional workaround to this is you can add a tag to the entity query and then alter it in a separate hook_query_TAG_alter hook. It's an extra step but it gets the job done and gives you direct access to the SQL query for you to modify. So you can generate the entity query like you normally would, and any extra SQL that it does not support you can modify as needed.

Entity query:

/** @var \Drupal\node\NodeStorage $storage */
$storage = \Drupal::entityTypeManager()->getStorage('node');
$query = $storage->getQuery()
  ->addTag('archive_press_releases')
  ->currentRevision()
  ->condition('type', ['post_page', 'story_page'], 'IN')
  ->condition('field_date', $formatted, '<=')
  ->sort('field_date');
$result = $query->execute();

hook_query_TAG_alter example:

/**
 * Implements hook_query_TAG_alter().
 */
function bax_archiving_query_archive_press_releases_alter(Drupal\Core\Database\Query\AlterableInterface $query) {
  $query->addJoin('LEFT', 'content_moderation_state_field_data', 'md', 'md.content_entity_revision_id = base_table.vid');
  $query->condition('md.moderation_state', 'archived', '<>');
}
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  • Thanks for the example, it almost worked for me. It lacks the eventual control on the node language (if translation is also enabled) and it may give unwanted result in the case nodes are moved from archived to another not-default state, e.g. draft. This latter case is problematic is one want to exclude only archived nodes in the latest revision. I've add an example for a case with those two condition.
    – Giuseppe
    Oct 24, 2022 at 14:22
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You try the code :

$query = \Drupal::database()->select('content_moderation_state_field_data', 'ms');
    $query->join('node_field_revision', 'nf', 'nf.nid=ms.content_entity_id AND nf.vid=ms.content_entity_revision_id AND nf.langcode=ms.langcode');
    $query->fields('ms');
    $query->condition('ms.moderation_state','draft');
    $results = $query->execute()->fetchAllAssoc('content_entity_id');

Because entityQuery not filter content moderation

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Posting a link to the d.o issue queue where as of this week a potential patch to core to allow EntityQuery to recognize Workflow moderation state that @Santiago cited above: https://www.drupal.org/project/drupal/issues/3025164#comment-13221005 Without this patch or a similar core hack, EntityQuery can not query Drupal 8 Workflow moderation state.

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The answer by Lester Peabody almost worked for me.

However, it could gives unwanted results, depending the logic you expect.

  1. archived state by default settings is a default revision state, therefore querying for currentRevision() nodes will count also the ones which have another not-default moderation state. E.g.:a node has been archived and later moved again in draft With that query that node will be counted. In the case this is not wanted, it's better to query against nodes' latest revision.
  2. It doesn't consider the case the eventual translation.

If 1. and 2. are legit cases then the coode is:

function example() {
    $query = \Drupal::entityTypeManager()->getStorage('node')->getQuery();

    return $query->addTag('example_tag')
      ->latestRevision()
      ->condition('type', 'node_type')
      ->condition('langcode', 'en')
      ->execute();
}

/**
 * Implements hook_query_TAG_alter().
 */
function hook_query_example_tag_alter(Drupal\Core\Database\Query\AlterableInterface $query) {
  $query->addJoin('LEFT', 'content_moderation_state_field_revision', 'md', 'md.content_entity_revision_id = base_table.vid AND md.langcode = base_table.langcode');
  $query->condition('md.moderation_state', 'archived', '<>');
}

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