I'm searching for a way to have additional fields on relations. The simplest exemple would be; you have stores entries and products entries, and you want to create a many to many relationship with the price as additional information.

How could it be done ?

Thanks in advance,

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From a database point of view you would have a pivot table between stores and products. And in that pivot table you would have additional columns like the price.

Using native fields

You can‘t do that on a relation field per se. (In this case entry field, assuming that products are entries) But you could wrap a repeatable field around an entry field and a price field, e.g. matrix or table and build the relationship this way. This way you can select products from within a store entry and put a price on each product.

One caveat is that you can’t bulk select products anymore. You’d have to select them one by one.

Alternative solution

You could write a custom module where you create a new field type that solves your problem. This would not result in an actual pivot table but it would work in a similar way. As far as I know a field type's value is bound to be saved in a single database column (may be wrong). However, you could even come up with some kind of bulk editing solution if you want to, although this would require some more work.

  • Thanks for you answer ! For the matrix solution, do you think it's as reliable than just creating two models + a pivot table in yee ?
    – Antoine
    Jun 8, 2020 at 10:58
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    It depends on what reliable is for you :) I updated the answer with an alternative solution.
    – Johannes
    Jun 8, 2020 at 11:19

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