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In want to print a list of orders:

{% set orders = craft.orders.completed(true).limit(null).all() %}

Now I want to make a list of orders with only the product.type XYZ.

I tried to fabricate something out of this question. But I'd like specific product types:

{% set orders = craft.orders.completed(true).hasPurchasables([type.XYZ]).limit(null).all() %}

This returns:

Variable "type" does not exist.

How do I have to write this?

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You're close. Products themselves aren't Purchasebles.

However, Variants of products are. And you can have more than one Variant of a Product.

So, we need to get all Variants of a particular Product type and then feed your query:

{# get products of a certain type #}
{% set productIds = craft.products.type('classes').ids() %}

{# get the variants from those product Ids #}
{% set theVariants = craft.variants.productId(productIds).all() %}

{# grab orders #}
{% set orders = craft.orders.completed(true).hasPurchasables(theVariants).limit(null).all() %}

You'll probably want to limit the orders returned at some point depending on how you're displaying or querying them.

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  • It works. But I just noticed that if a customer has two items of product.type ordered. Then the order is shown twice.
    – KSPR
    May 26 '20 at 12:17
  • I tried to query the thing with .unique(). No luck so far
    – KSPR
    May 26 '20 at 12:18

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