I’ve created 3 dynamic dropdown TVs like shown here. Now I would like to exclude certain templates or if possible generally all resources which are not containers (or parents) themselves. How would I do that?
you can adjust the where - statement within your custom-processors
Thanks for all the help!
I managed to create the custom processor and assign it to the TVs, but I didn’t figure out, what exactly I need to change there. After some more research, my guess is I would need to check against
isfolder to see if a resource is a container?
Would someone be able to give me further hints in that direction?
@bruno17 I still couldn’t figure it out, you mind giving me another hint on this?
Unfortunately I’m still stuck here, so I’ll send this as a last reach for some hints on where or how I need to exclude the unwanted template IDs within the custom-processor. Any help is highly appreciated
I think this thread will help
That sounds right to me.
Are you looking for something like this…?
$c->where(array( 'parent' => '0', 'AND:isfolder' != 1, 'AND:id:NOT IN' => array(15,16,17,20) ));
Thank you guys so much! I’m very new to xPDO but already amazed how easy it actually is (if you know where to look for).
@Mr_JimWest Thank you especially! Although I think there is a little syntax error in your example. Regarding to the docs and my testing your third line should look like this:
'AND:isfolder:!=' => 1,
Also I was actually looking for all resource which ARE containers, so I used:
'AND:isfolder:=' => 1, // referring to the docs the following should be correct, but that didn't work (?): 'AND:isfolder' => 1,
But your code was a great example to easily understand the syntax, so here is my working code for future reference:
$c->where(array( 'parent' => '0', 'AND:isfolder:=' => 1, 'AND:template:IN' => array(0,9), 'AND:id:!=' => '103' ));
Ope, sorry about that. Glad you got it!
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