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I have solved the main query:

For WordPress dashboard, I needed the list of all posts related to all post types in:

edit.php?post_type=product

Using the concept of:

edit.php?post_type=product&showall=true

With function in backend function.php

function show_all_posttypes( $query ) {
    if( ! is_admin() ) {
         return;
    }

    if( isset( $_GET, $_GET['showall'] ) && true == $_GET['showall'] ) {
        $query->set( 'post_type', array('product', 'second_type_product', 'third_type_product') );
    }   
}

add_filter( 'pre_get_posts', 'show_all_posttypes' );

And after that my all posts related to three post types: product, second_type_product, third_type_product is listing very well on URL:

edit.php?post_type=product&showall=true

But when I am using its feature to filter on edit.php page with all listed posts then is saying:

Invalid post type

I want to achieve every feature support with my list related to multiple post types list on url based on one post type.

Thanks for support!

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    Did you try adding a check for $query->is_main_query()? – brianjohnhanna Oct 18 '16 at 21:25
  • I think it is one of the thing I need to solve this issue, but not the solution. – binita dutt Oct 19 '16 at 9:18
  • @brianjohnhanna Just test the code without that check, it works. – Nabil Kadimi Oct 20 '16 at 16:13
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Invalid Post Type might be shown,whenever you have a mistake(type or etc..) in 'product', 'second_type_product', 'third_type_product' . Ensure that you have correct words there.

  • I used the code above and a fresh install of wordpress, and it worked just fine. The only issue was that a couple warnings popped up because there are some pieces of edit.php that do not work with an array of post types, tries to print out the array as a string. Otherwise, @tazo's solution should be correct. – socki03 Oct 19 '16 at 17:07
  • @tazo-todua Just test the code without wrong types included, it works. – Nabil Kadimi Oct 20 '16 at 16:14
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I would debug it like following:

  • Check where the error is being thrown - This almost for certain in the wp-admin/edit.php file - debug the $post_type variable there
  • Try to set the post type variable in your pre_get_posts query correctly

Furthermore, it would be nice if you could share some code with which I can test your problem.

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Your code is fine. From the error message and the URL parameters, I can guess there is not CPT product in your install, it would work if you replace use any post types registered (post, page, ...) or added a CPT product (by installing WooCommerce for example).

And by the way, I believe you are replacing all posts listing pages on the dashboard with the same page that lists product, second_type_product and third_type_product. Are you sure this is what you want?

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