I have a node View which has 2 arguments of taxonomy term ID from different vocabularies in its URL and looks like this.
[url removed, login to view]
First argument (200 in the example URL) is a taxonomy term id from either vocabulary A or B or C. Each of them has around 1000-2000 terms and all of them are hierarchical taxonomy (2 depth e.g. parent-child).
Second argument (5 in the example URL) is a taxonomy term id from vocabulary D which has about only 10 terms (non hierarchical)
The first part of the argument (200 in the example URL) has some taxonomy terms with "SAME NAME" but "DIFFERENT TERM ID" .But I would like to deal with those terms as just one same argument.
The vocabularies which has terms with duplicated names are in B and C. And all the terms with duplicated names are WITHIN the same vocabulary.
Vocabulary B and C have structure like this:
-line-X (tid=100) parent
-station-a (tid=200) child
-station-b (tid=300) child
-station-c (tid=400) child
-line-Y (tid=500) parent
-station-c (tid=600) child
-station-d (tid=700) child
-station-e (tid=800) child
In this example "station-c" is the term with same name but different term id.
Because "station-c of line-X" and "station-c of line-Y" have the same name "station-c" but they have different term id.
What I need to do is to have just one view page with one path that displays nodes tagged with both "station-c of line-X" and "station-c of line-Y". URL should look like this. [url removed, login to view](or 600)/5
I'm hoping to use "Taxonomy Relation" but don't really need to stick to it. The alternative methods are always welcome and please feel free to ask me any questions if the description above is not clear.