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I solved a similar problem a little differently. You can create a computed field in the taxonomy and recalculate it either with a cron job for all terms, or after adding/editing a node for specific terms of this node. In the settings of the calculated field, select "stored in the database". And in the View display the value of this field, stored in database.


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The methods I've come across for clearing the JavaScript cache in Drupal (either from the Admin UI or from Drush) do not work reliably, which causes a huge amount of frustration when you're using a framework on top of Drupal to create a web application. The workaround I use is to alter the version number in your module.libraries.yml file, which is at the ...


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