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This question is related to a previous question I asked: Sort entries in a category via entry field

I have a page that is running the same query from the previous question:

{% set businesses = craft.entries.relatedTo(category) %}
{% set state  = entry.bizTown.first.townCounty.first.countyRegion.first.regionState.first ?? 'N/A' %}
{% set businessesByTown = businesses|group('bizTown.first.townCounty.first.countyRegion.first.regionState[0].title') %}

{% if businesses|length %}
    {% for town, businessesInTown in businessesByTown %}
        <ul class="three-col-list">
            <h3>{{town}}</h3>
            <ul>
                {% for business in businessesInTown %}
                <li class="business-cat__item">
                    {% if business.ytVideoId|length %}
                        <i class="fa fa-video-camera" aria-hidden="true"></i>
                    {% endif %}
                    <strong>{{ business.link }}</strong><br>

                    {% set twn = business.bizTown.first %}
                    <a class="business-cat__item--town" href="{{twn.url}}">{{twn.title}}</a>
                </li>
                {% endfor %}
            </ul>
        </ul>
    {% endfor %}
{% else %} ... {% endif %}

This is on a template which is displaying entries of a given sub-category. It separates the entires (the businesses) according to its state. It also displays what town each business belongs to.

Unforunately this takes the page ~20 seconds to render! I've tried looking into using plugins for custom SQL queries, and using eager loading.

I have read through this article a lot and have poked around inside their plugin, but I still don't know where/how to start! Likewise with eager loading, with all the crap I have going on in this/these queries, I'm not sure where to start with that, either.

At this point I feel like this is abstracting beyond my comfort level, and I'd love some expert input. Thanks!

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  • Is there a reason to do entry.bizTown.first.townCounty.first.countyRegion.first.regionState.[0].title again on the third line in code example instead of doing state.title? Because now you're making craft look up the same object (accross multiple relations) twice.
    – mrsmn
    Jul 25, 2017 at 5:41
  • Changing line 3 to {% set businessesByTown = businesses|group(state.title) %} results in "Impossible to access an attribute ("title") on a string variable ("N/A")." Jul 25, 2017 at 20:09

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