I am trying to accomplish targeting but wondering if there is a way to combine these two? I took a look around and in the Craft 3 docs but I am a bit turned around on this, really would appreciate some help with it.

{% set parts = craft.categories.group('part').slug( urlSlug2 ) %}
{% set models = craft.categories.group('model').slug( urlSlug3 ) %}

{% set entries1 = craft.entries.section('flightcompany').relatedTo({
    targetElement: parts, 
    field: 'partsModels.part' 
}).limit(5).all() %}

{% set entries2 = craft.entries.section('flightcompany').relatedTo({
    targetElement: models, 
    field: 'partsModels.model' 
}).limit(5).all() %}
up vote 3 down vote accepted

You might have seen Passing Multiple Relation Criteria in the docs

{% set entries = craft.entries.section('flightcompany').relatedTo([
    'and',
    { targetElement: models, field: 'partsModels.model' },
    { targetElement: parts, field: 'partsModels.part' }
]).all() %}

You can as well take a look at the Db::parseParam the and|or syntax is the same for this field

  • Perfect! Thanks again Robin, you really have helped me out again :) – Vin May 10 at 22:30
  • It seems I tried this and it came back with no results. I am trying to get the results between 2 matrix fields. Right now I am using conditionals and using .limit(25) and with the conditionals in the matrix loop I sometimes only get 4-5 results. So would be best to get them at the main entries loop. – Vin May 12 at 19:21
  • Sorry but it's really difficult to understand your explanation. What do you want exactly? You won't fetch matrix blocks with your query. You'll receive elements of type entry. The code above works. I've used it many times without issues – Robin Schambach May 12 at 19:38
  • I am sure it does, not working for me, it's me not you. I am trying to make sure that each of those conditions/data matches. So models = cessna and parts = front propeller in flightcompany limit 25 records. Those records exist in the extries but for some reason it works with just searching parts or models but not used together with 'and'. – Vin May 12 at 21:42

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