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Configuring Views relationships

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    INTRO TO VIEWS FOR DRUPAL 7
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    Configuring Views Relationships
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    With Michelle Lauer
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    MICHELLE LAUER: In this chapter, we are going to discuss using views
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    relationships to add related content to our existing view.
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    Our ultimate goal is to add another column right here
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    with the contact person's name and phone number.
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    If you recall, we started this view using a wizard.
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    And I'm actually going to demonstrate
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    how this whole process began.
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    INTRODUÇÃO DE VIEWS PARA DRUPAL 7
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    Configurando Relacionamentos de Views
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    Com Michelle Lauer
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    MICHELLE LAUER: Nesse capítulo, iremos discutir a utilização de relacionamentos
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    de views para adicionar conteúdo relacionado na nossa view existente.
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    Noss último objetivo é adicionar outra coluna aqui
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    com o nome da pessoa de contato e número de telefone.
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    Se você lembrar, começamos essa view usando um wizard.
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    E na verdade irei demonstrar
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    como esse processo começou.

Configuring Views Relationships

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Views relationships let you add related information to your view. Here is how you can take advantage of various references, like node and user references, or file information. We'll be using relationships to add some contact details to our Job openings view.

Additional notes:
If you don't see the field "fields" under the dropdown menu when creating a Relationship for the contact person's phone number it's possible you don't have the Views module enabled. (Or perhaps you've missed enabling the Views UI module...make sure you have both). Then complete the following steps:

  1. Create and SAVE your view-relationship.
  2. Create a user reference where you want to reference the user.
  3. Now when you create the user reference it will have an option to reference your view.

This video series will continue the Job Board example from the Fields for Site Builders series where we will discover ways to display all of the job postings, allow people to find the one they are looking for and easily apply for it.

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