Drupal views rss feed not updating
First, go to the 'Add vocabulary' subsection of the 'Categories' admin section (admin/content/taxonomy/add/vocabulary).So, click on the 'Refresh this feed' link and Simple Feed will look for, and import, the new feed items. After a second or two it should have found the new items, created the nodes, and output the following success message: One quick thing to note here is the first line 'The directory files/cache_simplefeed has been created'.If file permissions for this folder are not set correctly on your server it can cause cron errors, but we'll deal with this later on if it's a problem. (Part 1) If you now check the front page of your site you should see all of the feed items from the BBC front page RSS feed.Go to 'Create content Now we need to actually import the feed items.
We could wait for our cron job (which we'll set up in part 2 of the tutorial) to fire and trigger the auto update of the feed for us, but for now we'll do it manually.Also in this series Build An Aggregation Site With Drupal (Part 2), where we set up cron to handle auto updating the feeds and also use views to create some different sports sections (football and baseball) and RSS feeds. I would like to do something like this, but not automatically publish the nodes, but rather put them into moderation.Looking forward to reading more, thanks for taking the time to write this up.Then create a vocabulary with the following settings: 'Discard feed items older than:' we always want our feed items to be available to users so we set this to 'Never'.