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I managed to do this once before, but can not remember how to do it again. I'm still new to all this.

I need to display a list of participants for all active events using Drupal Views with a Jump Menu selector.

I have managed to create a view showing a table of current participants grouped by event title. But now I need another Views page that shows a jump menu containing the name of the event and and the number of attendees. When I select an event and push the go button, a table showing the names of the attendees for that event are displayed.

Any help would be appreciated.

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Add an Exposed Filter in your view -> and if you also have Better Exposed Filter module installed - then you have some more configuration options like bypassing the Apply button.

  • Thanks KarinG, but unfortunately I am such a newbie that I am unsure what that means. Could anyone provide a list of steps that would be required? – BuGGeye Mar 6 '17 at 23:13
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There was an explanation using JumpMenu on Stack Exchange here but you need to sign up to see it.

Quoting mattwire

google was eventually my friend. It works by creating a view as a block setup as a jump menu (select list) which you setup to filter on all the valid records. You set the output of the field to rewrite as a path which matches the path of the second view which has a contextual filter setup to use the parameter passed in via the path. Using a jump menu and contextual filters gets me what I want with two views

  • Thanks, but this link needs a login, is there another link elsewhere? – BuGGeye Mar 6 '17 at 23:14
  • yes it does, sorry, but given that chat.civicrm.org is the other place where a lot of civi discussion takes place it may be worth you signing up. – petednz - fuzion Mar 7 '17 at 3:29
  • tried to be more helpful by putting his comments in as quote – petednz - fuzion Mar 7 '17 at 3:37
  • if you want to grill him for more detail then joing chat.civicrm.org would be a good step – petednz - fuzion Mar 7 '17 at 3:38

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