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Drupal 7. in my validate form function, I use form_set_value to set the value for the field "statut_metier" to 'draft'

If my field is a text field, this code works :

form_set_value($form['field_statut_metier'][LANGUAGE_NONE][0]['value'], 'draft', $form_state);

If my field is a list(text) field, with the key for the value 'draft' = 5

I can't manage to have the form_set_value function work.

Using Devel and dpm() I have search to reach this field value :

I have tried :

form_set_value($form['field_statut_metier2'][LANGUAGE_NONE]['#value'][0], '5' , $form_state);

but it doesn't work.

Any idea ?

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  • See if this answer helps. Commented Feb 22, 2016 at 13:18
  • Thanks for helping, I read this post but it doesn't seem to be related to select list fields. Commented Feb 22, 2016 at 13:53

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<?php form_set_value($form['field_statut_metier2'][LANGUAGE_NONE], array(0 => array('value' => 2)), $form_state); ?>

From the form_set_value() documentation on the first argument:

you can just pass in the element from the $form array, although the only component that is actually used is '#parents'

Alternatively you can do:

<?php $form_state['values']['field_statut_metier2'][LANGUAGE_NONE][0]['value'] = '2'; ?>

... which is what form_set_value() does anyways.

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    Thanks, it works great, using this code : form_set_value($form['field_statut_metier'][LANGUAGE_NONE], array(0 => array('value' => 5)), $form_state); I don't know why the field value is an array (it's not a multi value field), but know I know how to use this function when the value is an array. Commented Feb 22, 2016 at 18:34

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