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Nodes, comments, taxonomy terms, and users, in the terminology used since Drupal 7, are generally called "entities."

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Entitform module comes with pre-built Views that list the Submissions. It is called Entityforms (Entityform Submission) and you can access the Page through /entityform-submissions/submissions/accomm …
answered Oct 27 '18 by prkos
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I couldn't test all the way with Entityref Views, I seem to have a bug in choosing Views on my Field settings. But I was able to create the Views and it works as expected in Views preview. The goal …
answered Jun 15 '18 by prkos
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You already have Views that list all the content tagged with a Taxonomy term. The Views is called Taxonomy term, but it is a Content type Views listing nodes that have been tagged with a particular te …
answered Nov 26 '18 by prkos
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It can be tricky to orient yourself around this, but it is a fairly common request to list sibling nodes according to whatever criteria (usually Taxonomy and Entity references). The solution involvi …
answered May 25 '18 by prkos
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Content imports are often done with Feeds or Migrate modules.
answered Mar 7 by prkos
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If all 3 Content types need to be interrelated then it makes sense to use the same Entity Reference Field to connect them (two CTs both use the same Field to reference the third CT). But this isn't …
answered Aug 27 '18 by prkos
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To show the Parent info (Company) through Child nodes (Employee) you need to add the Relationship for the Entity Reference field that is connecting the child to the parent. Once you add that Relaion …
answered Jun 21 by prkos
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You don't need additional modules to introduce data from referenced entities into your views, you can do it with Relationships. Your question title is about the Views field view module, but your … Entityreference field on your "Webinar" nodes only lists titles of the "Speaker" entity, both on node pages and in Views. To display information other than Title of the "Speaker" entities within "Webinar" views …
answered Nov 9 '18 by prkos
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Export/import with Feeds Feeds module can help to export the existing Timestamp field data and import it into a new Date field. Feeds Tamper to convert from timestamp to ISO date format I'm not su …
answered Jun 30 '18 by prkos
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You are on the good track with solving your problem using Entity Reference Views Display. Once you have that Display type ready, you can edit your Entity reference field to use that Views display. Y …
answered May 29 '18 by prkos
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Drupal will automatically do that if you only enter #section1 into the Link URL.
answered Jun 5 '18 by prkos
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Your Listing Premium Settings is the "child" and the Listing Details is the "parent" through the ER (entity reference) relationship. You want to create a list of "child" node information on the "par …
answered May 7 by prkos
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On the View you started (Podcast Views) the Contextual filter you need to add is the Entity reference field, not the Nid. Here are the settings for it: When the filter value is NOT available: Provid …
answered Jun 4 '18 by prkos
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permissions requirements and how the data is maintained. There are modules that can control access through references made between entities. Maybe explore that to find the right combination for you …
answered Jan 11 by prkos
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What you're trying to achieve isn't grouping by a field, it is displaying the same node list twice, showing different node information in the two instances. You can achieve it by creating two Displa …
answered Aug 11 '18 by prkos

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