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Drupal Setting Up of a Content Type Filtered By rEsults of another Content Type

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I'm trying to do a view that would LEFT JOIN one content type on another where fields from the second content type equals a specific value. Thanks
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There are a few "view field" modules. One of those would probably do what you want to do. This should be simple with the right module and is a pretty standard thing to do - showing related content.
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I'm trying to do this with the regular views, and don't necessarily want to install another module unless it's totally necessary. Thanks
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