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    [Coding for Views for Drupal 7] [Chapter 8 with Joe Shindelar]
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    Okay. Back to describing our field itself, though.
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    We've got the databasics view count field here,
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    we've given it a title and help.
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    We also need to tell Views some additional information about
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    how to deal with it in terms of the SQL portion of this,
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    how to use the view count field inside of a query.
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    We also need to tell it some more information about
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    how to deal with it when it's displaying it and so forth.
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    In order to do that, we need to tell Views which handlers it should use
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    [Codificando para Views para Drupal 7] [Capítulo 8 com Joe Shindelar]
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    Okay. Voltando para a descrição do nosso field.
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    Temos o field da contagem de visualizações Databasics aqui,
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    demos a ele um título e ajuda.
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    Também precisamos dar informações adicionais a Views sobre
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    como tratar com isso em termos da parte SQL disso,
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    como usar o field view count dentro de uma query.
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    Também precisamos dar mais informações a isso sobre
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    como tratar a exibição e por aí vai.
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    Para fazer isso, precisamos dizer a Views quais handlers isso deve usar

Exposing Your Module's Tables to Views Continued...

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In this video Joe continues the discussion of using hook_views_data() to describe a module's table to the views module. Building on what was covered in the previous chapter we now deal with exposing one of the individual columns from our table as a field that views can use for filters, sorts, and to display.

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