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[Gelöst] View not respecting query filter settings

This support ticket is created vor 6 Jahre, 2 Monate. There's a good chance that you are reading advice that it now obsolete.

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Last updated by ashleighP vor 6 Jahre, 2 Monate.

Assigned support staff: Luo Yang.

debug tool shows empty query.png
the one labeled
shortcode with parameter.png
parameter in the view edit page.png

I am trying to: create a view that is filtered by a custom usermeta field

I visited this URL: hidden link

I expected to see: a view that shows users but only with the custom user meta field "wpcf-user-role"
of Host

Instead, I got: All users are listed and debug tool shows an empty query


Dear ashleigh,

In your screenshot:
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You are using a filter which is filtered by browser URL parameter "filterbyrole"

But in your screenshot:
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You are pass the attribute "filterbyrole" to view shortcode [wpv-view]

They are different, one is URL parameter, the other is shortcode attribute.

I assume you are going to filter the view result by shortcode attribute, please modify the filter the view, your screenshot:
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Select items with field:
wpcf-user-role is a string equal to VIEW_PARAM(filterbyrole)

see my screenshot filter.JPG


...and it's fixed. Sorry for the bother I must have been really tired!