Filter a View (inside a Form) by another value in the form

By: Julius hernández | Asked: 09/04/2023
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Julius hernándezJulius hernández asked 8 months ago

I have a View inserted in an HTML field inside a Form, this way: [display-frm-data id=temas ctrg=22915]

The same form already has a value stored in #field_c1tnp (id=1019)

The view (id=temas) has a filter: Category is equal to [get param=ctrg]

How can I dynamically filter the view inside the form by the value in the same form entry?

Something like: [display-frm-data id=temas ctrg="[c1tnp]"] or [display-frm-data id=temas ctrg="[1019]"] or, to resume: [display-frm-data id=temas ctrg={here goes actual value of #field_c1tnp}]

I'll appreciate an orientation in this because none of these are really working.

Note: Maybe with frm-set-get or frm-condition or using some of those shortcodes?

1 Answers
Victor Font answered 8 months ago
When I nest views, I use frm-set-get immediately before the view shortcode to setup the parameter to be received by the nested view. https://formidableforms.com/knowledgebase/set-values-to-be-used-in-custom-displays-or-default-values/

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