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Symptom: The following code will only work if I include the post type. Is this a correct behavior? Note:The data being called is a Custom Post Type.

<?php
$term=get_term_by( 'slug', get_query_var('term'), get_query_var('taxonomy')); // Capture the slug and hence get the taxonomy 
$parent=get_term($term->parent, get_query_var('taxonomy'));
$the_tax=get_taxonomy($term->taxonomy);
$sectionargs=array(
                'post_type'=> 'bookpage',  
                'meta_key' => 'Sort Number',
                'orderby'  => 'meta_value',
                'order'    => 'ASC'


                );
query_posts($sectionargs);?>
<ul>
<?php if (have_posts()): while (have_posts()): the_post();?>
<li><a href="<?php the_permalink(); ?>" ><?php the_title(); ?></a></li>
<?php endwhile;?>
</ul>

    <?php else: ?>
<p><?php _e('Sorry, no posts matched your criteria.');?></p>
<?php endif; ?>

The template is called with a url of the form /taxonomy/term.

I'm assuming therefore that any type of post assigned to the term in question should be found by the URL. However, if I omit the 'post type' then nothing is found suggesting perhaps that either the code needs to have the post type defined or it defaults to post_type=post. As far as I can tell the standard category archive template doesn't specify the post type.

Does anyone know if the post type should be required?

Thanks

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