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I'll try to explain my problem as best I can.
I'm building a corporate site with Drupal 7.4. This site must have a section that shows all the jobs and projects developed by the company.
To reach this goal I created a new content type called Project. The Project content type has several fields to save the information for each project. To classify the projects I created two vocabularies ("type", for the type of project, and "location" for the project's location). Then, I added two taxonomy term fields to the Project content type for each of these vocabularies.
To build the pages with the information of the projects I use Views 3.0-rc1. As I mentioned before, the site must have a section displaying the projects developed. I created a view including several fields of the Project content type. I put some of these fields as exposed filters to the user is able to filter projects according to various criteria.
So far there was no problem. But I also need to create a Views page to filter projects by his "type" and "location" taxonomy terms. To do this I use the contextual filters so that the "projects/type/location" path must display projects that correspond to the type and location indicated in the URL. I tried to create two taxonomy term contextual filters but I read that in Views 3.0-rc1 I have to create a taxonomy term relationship in order to use the taxonomy term contextual filters.
Then, I created a "Taxonomy term: Content with term" relationship including the vocabularies "type" and "location". I also created two "Taxonomy term: Name" contextual filters for each of these vocabularies using taxonomy name validation criteria. I thought that this would work fine but I tested the view with two contextual filters and it returned no results.
I managed to get do this view with the beta3 subversion of Views 3.0 and it worked correctly because in that version there was no need to create any relationship to do this view...
What types of relationships and contextual filters should I use? Do I have to create a relationship for each contextual filter? Or just a relationship for both?
Thank you very much again for your help!!