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The taxonomy query language module, tql, implements a plugin for the search (Drupal core) and views module. It provides a new tab Taxonomy in the Drupal search and a new Views filter.
If you have the tql module and the search module enabled, a Taxonomy tab appears in the search where you can enter a search query. (demo)
If you have the tql module and Views enabled, a new filter Taxonomy: Query is available which can be used to enter a query. It works best if it is exposed so users can enter their own query. (demo)
The query language can combine query terms with different operators: AND, OR, XOR and NOT. The operator AND can be omited as it is the default if two terms are listed without operator. The operator NOT can be abbreviated with a dash in front of the term, i.e. '-term'. Brackets can be used to form more complex queries. The following are example queries and their verbose equivalents:
term1 term2 <=> term1 and term2 term1 or -term2 <=> term1 or not term2 term1 xor -(term2 -term3) <=> term1 xor not (term2 and not term3)
mtn: Query language parser
rötzi: Drupal integration
You need PHP 5 to use this module
- Maintenance status: Unknown
- Development status: Unknown
- Module categories: Taxonomy
- Downloads: 801
- Last modified: November 27, 2014
- Stable releases are covered by the security advisory policy.
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