I have a Products channel and an Images channel. The Images has a relationship field to Products (basically: a product can have 0 or more images).

Since most of my products do not have images, I'd like to showcase the products with images over the products without images. Meaning, I'd like to create a page that lists only the products that do have images, random order, and allow users to paginate through them.

In Low Search, is there a way to get a list of products that have images?

Products without images will still be viewable by doing a full text search or getting a list of entries based on the EE category they are associated with.

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One way that's currently possible, is to use a SQL Parameter to query the entry IDs that have a relationship. The other would be to create a custom filter.

  • Thanks Low. Would it be something like this: search:entry_id="SELECT entry_id FROM exp_channel_titles JOIN exp_relationships ON exp_channel_titles.entry_id = exp_relationships.child_id WHERE exp_channel_titles.channel_id = 4;"? This doesn't seem to be working. Am I on the right track? Oct 12, 2015 at 19:31
  • Try entry_id= rather than search:entry_id=.
    – Low
    Oct 13, 2015 at 9:59

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