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[Resolved] cred-delete-relationship is not working as expected

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Last updated by Waqar 1 year, 1 month ago.

Assisted by: Waqar.


Tell us what you are trying to do?
I'm trying to offer a front-end way for my users to disconnect an existing M2M relationship.
In the loop item of the View showing the relationship, I have the following shortcode:

<p>[cred-delete-relationship class="btn btn-outline-danger btn-sm" related_item_one="@coaching-engagements.parent" related_item_two="@coaching-engagements.child" role_items='$fromViews' relationship='coaching-engagements' type="button" redirect='self']Disconnect[/cred-delete-relationship]</p>

When I click the Disconnect button, the page reloads but the relationship is still there?

Is there any documentation that you are following?,fields%20associated%20with%20this%20relationship.&text=This%20will%20create%20a%20%22Disconnect,front%2Dend%20of%20the%20site.

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Thank you for sharing the access details.

I noticed that the 'cred-delete-relationship' shortcode is being used in the view that is showing the intermediary posts, and not the parent or child posts in the relationship.

In such a case, you'll just need to specify the target parent and child posts, through the 'related_item_one' and 'related_item_two' attributes, without the attribute role_items='$fromViews'.

This means that the current shortcode:

<p>[cred-delete-relationship class="text-danger text-decoration-none" related_item_one="@coaching-engagements.parent" related_item_two="@coaching-engagements.child" role_items='$fromViews' relationship='coaching-engagements' redirect='self']Disconnect[/cred-delete-relationship]</p>

Will need to be changed to:

<p>[cred-delete-relationship class="text-danger text-decoration-none" related_item_one="@coaching-engagements.parent" related_item_two="@coaching-engagements.child" relationship='coaching-engagements' redirect='self']Disconnect[/cred-delete-relationship]</p>

I hope this helps and please let me know if you need further assistance.

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