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I've got a list of terms which I need to add or update programmatically based on their name.

To check if the term exists I'm using a combination of taxonomy_vocabulary_machine_name_load to get the vid and taxonomy_get_term_by_name to get the term if exists. Otherwise I'm creating the term as stdClass object.

When I save the term normal field (using taxonomy_term_save) in format like $term->field_address[$term->language][]['value'] = 'some address data' everything works just fine, but when it comes to save relations nothing is begin saved.

I'm saving relations as $term->field_realization[$term->language][] = array( 'target_type' => 'taxonomy_term', 'value' => $another_term->tid);.

Where $term->language = 'und'; and $another_term is a term which belongs to right field Vocabulary declared in Administer.

What am I doing wrong?

  • What type of field are you using for your relations? Entity Reference or another one? – Zuzuesque Sep 28 '15 at 16:59
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If you're using the built-in term reference field type, the column is named tid, e.g.:

$term->field_realization[$term->language][]['tid'] = $another_term->tid;

If you're using an Entity Reference field type, the column is named target_id, e.g.:

$term->field_realization[$term->language][]['target_id'] = $another_term->tid;
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  • but how to achieve mutiple values in this field? – Roomy Sep 28 '15 at 20:52
  • Sorry @Roomy, typo. I've updated the code – Clive Sep 28 '15 at 21:57

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