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I have pre-existing node authored by each user. However, for presentation purposes, I use a Webform to collect data from the user.

Existing Node: Assessment

  • field_question1
  • field_question2
  • field_question3

Webform

  • field_question1
  • field_question2
  • field_question3

On submit, I would like to compare "the user submitting the Webform" with the author of existing nodes, then set the field values of the submitter's existing node with the new values from the submitted webform.

This worked well in Drupal 7, but in Drupal 8 I don't seem to understand the syntax, nor do I see a place to set up or pass variables.

Can this be done in the current state of Drupal 8 Rules?

  • It looked to me like the module was ready and usable if you could do it with code, but the UI was in need of polish and documentation. However, after 3 days and no one seeming to hint that they knew of a way to do this, I am just going to mark it answered. Thank you for your time kiamlaluno and pierre. – Jamie Apr 19 '17 at 16:57
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Can this be done in the current state of Drupal 8 Rules?

To my knowledge the answer to your question is No (it's part of what this is all about).

If you're in for getting a better understanding about all this, then have a look at these links:

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