Join Tom Geller for an in-depth discussion in this video Going further with relationships, part of Drupal 6: Online Presentation of Data.
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We already covered the concept of relationships and gave one of their most…basic applications. Now we're going to actually put them to use. We set up this…fictional family, the De Nadas. Each member of the family is described in a…node of the content type Person.…I've gone ahead and set up another content type called Event. And I've added a…few events for them to attend. I've also gone back and edited the content type…Person so that they can specify which events they're attending. You can set up…these events yourself or import the exercise files. Then we'll use Views to…show who's planning to attend each event.…
Very briefly, here's how I set it up. I created an Event content type. To see that, …go to Administer > Content management and Content types. Here's that…event content type. I added only one field, which is Date of event. That Date…of event has an optional two-field, i.e., an event could be for one day or…it could be for many days.…I'm letting people name dates as far forward as 10 years. I'm only showing the…
- Importing and manipulating data in Drupal
- Presenting date-formatted information in calendars
- Understanding Drupal's data-query interface, "Views"
- Improving view appearances with grid, list, and table formatting
- Importing, exporting, and cloning views
- Extending views with arguments and relationships