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Solution: Depending on the types of post relationships, you may also need a View of post type A. - If A-C is a one-to-many (O2M) relationship and "A" is the parent, you do not need a View of A in this case. - If A-C is a O2M relationship and "A" is the child, there can be multiple A's related to each C, so you need a View of A. - If A-C is a M2M relationship, there can be multiple A's related to each C, so you need a View of A, regardless of which is the parent and which is the child.
Relevant Documentation: https://toolset.com/course-lesson/displaying-related-posts/ https://toolset.com/course-lesson/what-are-post-relationships-and-how-they-work/ https://toolset.com/course-lesson/many-to-many-post-relationships/
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Solution: Go to wp-admin > All Export > New Export. The first step is to choose a specific post type, and choose District as that post type. Then click "customize export file" to move on to the next step. Usually ID, Title and Content are already in place in the builder. You can drag the ID and Content blocks out of the box since you don't want to include those items.
Next click "Add Field" below the builder area to add a new custom column for the Province Title. Choose the option to select a field to export, and select the ID field. You may need to reset the column name information after choosing the ID field. Check the checkbox to export a value from a PHP function, type prov_parent_title in the function name field, and paste this function in the function editor to define the custom prov_parent_title function:
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