Populating a view in Drupal
Pardon the long explanation. I hope this makes sense: I am trying to create a view that contains a certain content type that does not contain taxonomy terms of a certain list. The structure goes like this: A project is the main container of all SKUs that exist Inside each project are pages. Inside each page are callouts. Inside the callouts are the SKUs. In other words: PROJECT > PAGE > CALLOUT > SKU I am currently able to populate ALL SKUs that don't have the terms as so: I need to limit this to certain projects. My guess is that I need to use Argument and Relationships, but I'm unsure of how to go about this deep of a hierarchy. My guess is that I need to create Relationships of PROJECTS and PAGES, and an Argument of PROJECT. Any help would be awesome. Let me know if you need more information.
If your url is something like /projectid/pageid/calloutid/skuid, you may want to use arguments and %1 to use the projectid, %2 for pageid etc and then put your restriction of pages or whatever arguments to restrict sku's for certain pages.
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