I have a rather basic question but I can not wrap my mind around how to solve it "nice".
I have a node type that contains calendar info, I use views to get the month-view rendered nice and all is good so far.
Next thing was to make the calendar view also contain nodes of type "group_xyz" but only display these events when a user is logged in I managed to do that with filtering using a couple of lines PHP to get user id and node type, but already here it didnt feel like a real drupalish solution...
To my problem, we would like to limit the display of calendar posts depending on the user role and a taxonomy term used in the node.
So the node has a taxonomy term reference "visibility_to" lets say one of (All, Internal, Administrators) set.
The user can be either guest, logged in user or administrator.
Now I would like to find a nice way to filter like this: Display the item IF node-type is calendar AND ( (visibility_to == "All") OR ( (visibility_to == "Internal") AND (role=="administrator" OR role == "logged_in") OR (visisbility_to == "Administrators" AND role =="administrator"))
I think you get the point... I think I could manage to hard code this in PHP but the day when we add new roles, new taxonomy terms I would rather have all this configured using the admin interface...
Any help and/or suggestions is appreciated.
brgds // DW