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Browsing on complex relations

edited January 2019 in Troubleshooting

Hi! Is it possible to browse on Objects and generate an authority facet of related vocabulary terms with a complex relation like this:

Objects, related to an occurrence which is related to another type of occurrence which eventually is related to vocabulary terms.

I tried

    thema_facet = {
        type = authority,
        table = ca_list_items,
        relative_to = ca_occurrences,
        relationship_table = ca_occurrences_x_vocabulary_terms,
        group_mode = alphabetical,

        label_singular = _("Themenbezug"),
        label_plural = _("Themenbezüge Test")

But this would only generate facets when I skip the first occurrence type (type1) and directly relate my objects with the second occurrence type (type 2).
Using relative_to = ca_occurrences.related, generates an SQL Error...



  • Hi kbecker,
    It is not currently possible to browse a table by itself (ie browsing occurrences by occurrences). You could reach vocabulary terms related to the first occurrence, but not further than that.

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