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I hope someone will help me.............

I have a

  • Post Type ----> Dealers
  • Taxonomy ----> State

how to write a sql query in this format

$catinfo1 = $wpdb->get_results("select t.*,(select count(tr.object_id) from $wpdb->term_relationships tr join $wpdb->posts p on p.ID=tr.object_id where tt.term_taxonomy_id=tr.term_taxonomy_id and p.post_status='publish') pcount from $wpdb->terms t join $wpdb->term_taxonomy tt on tt.term_id=t.term_id where tt.taxonomy=\"fueltype\" and tt.parent=0 order by t.name");
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this kinds of question resolved before. Check this one wordpress.stackexchange.com/questions/15040/… –  Sisir May 14 '12 at 10:28
    
@Sisir thanks for the response, i appreciate you :) the solution u gave is like " Showing posts by collection of specific terms and taxonomy " as i have to write for all the terms and maybe later more terms will be added based on the requirement...... can u help me how to write it using $wpdb.. –  Solomon Henry May 14 '12 at 10:34
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Solomon, I would advise against writing is as a raw SQL statement, you're bypassing all the caching filtering and sanitisation WP normally does in order to do it yourself. This would be more work than what Sisir is suggesting –  Tom J Nowell May 14 '12 at 10:39
    
If querying multiple terms in a taxonomy is what you're after instead of a single term, then you should still use WP_Query, look up the tax query section in the codex –  Tom J Nowell May 14 '12 at 10:40

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@Sisir linked you to the appropriate place, if you had read the question/answer and the linked Codex documentation you'd have seen that you could do something like the following:

$args = array(
    'post_type' => 'dealers'
    'tax_query' => array(
        array(
            'taxonomy' => 'state',
            'field' => 'slug',
            'terms' => array('bob','angela','john','smith','jan','doe','etc...')
        )
    )
);
$query = new WP_Query( $args );

Note the multiple state terms being queried, not the single specific one.

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Thanks and point noted........ as i can see " array('bob','angela','john','smith','jan','doe','etc...') " we r passing the values static, can it be done dynamically, sorry... kindly bare with me... –  Solomon Henry May 14 '12 at 10:47
    
Yes it's expecting an array of terms, how the array is defined is up to you. I hardcoded it here for the purposes of demonstration, but you could pass it in as a variable if you wanted etc –  Tom J Nowell May 14 '12 at 10:48
    
ok thankQ will try ur suggestion....... –  Solomon Henry May 14 '12 at 10:49

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