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Andreas

Custom Post Types with custom fields – Types plugin – filtering list

Hi,
I try to activate the filtering of a custom field in a custom post type, created by the Types Plugin.

If I activate the filtering of that custom field (which is a selection field, the user can select from a listbox one of multiple values), the filtering-box appears. But there are values from OTHER custom fields in that filtering listbox, not only the one i have chosen in admin columns pro.

I made some screenshots of the problem and the configuration of types and your plugin.
http://www.yellobit.de/admin-columns/admin-columns-problem.jpg
http://www.yellobit.de/admin-columns/admin-columns-configuration.jpg
http://www.yellobit.de/admin-columns/types-configuration.jpg

The reason i bought your plugin, was that filtering of admin views. Please provide a solution.

Thank you
Andreas

10 years ago
Andreas

Maybe the problem comes from re-sorting the custom columns in the types plugin?

If i add other custom fields via admincolumnspro to the admin view and activate filtering of these columns, the filtering listboxes show the content of other custom fields.

Please help.

Andreas

10 years ago
Jesper

Thanks for your support request. That’s quite strange, do you have any idea from which other custom field these values may originate?

10 years ago
Andreas

ok. I did some debugging. It’s a problem with the caching.
in /pro/classes/filtering/classes/post.php on line 353 I deactivated the cache
(the dirty way):

// cache available?
//if ( $cache = $column->get_cache( 'filtering' ) ) {
if ( 0 == 1 ) {

After that everything is ok.
Please provide an update.

Thank you
Andreas

10 years ago
Jesper

That’s quite strange indeed! We’ve had a few problems with caching and we’re reviewing the way we cache results. The caching is always purged on adding, modifying or deleting a post, so in most cases, this won’t be a problem. It’s also another quick-and-dirty solution to the problem.

We’re not sure whether it has to do with conflicts with other plugins, but we’re definitely looking into it. It might take a while, however, as we’re looking into changing the cache in Admin Columns as a whole.

10 years ago

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