Note that both admin_views and this module add a view that puts itself in admin/content, which causes this page to be inaccessible to the admin user. To resolve this, you need to disable (or alter) one of the views and flush your cache.

Not sure if this is a bug in either modules or even views, but this is something you should be aware of, i guess.



We should disable the admin_views provided content view if admin_views is present.

Status:Active» Needs review
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Status:Needs review» Fixed

Commited to dev.

Status:Fixed» Needs review
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This also needs to happen for the admin_views_comment view, which is replaced by commerce_backoffice_comments.

Patch #5 doesn't work for me, no changes.

@Gyver - Did you flush your cache?

Status:Needs review» Fixed
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Commited a slightly different patch in dev.
@mrfelton: Your patch check if the views provided by the current module is present, I instead check if the admin_views_comment is there, and if so, I disable it, it works after clearing the cache.

#8 worked for me. thanks!

#8 worked for me too. thank you !

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Sorry to confirm finally that it still doesn't work. Even after flushing drupal and web browser cache.
Here is a screen capture after enabling Commerce_Backoffice that gives you more details about this issue.

Status:Fixed» Closed (fixed)

Automatically closed -- issue fixed for 2 weeks with no activity.