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When I define a field with taxonomy term fields, I can set a default value depending on the available terms. Since the terms themselves are content, they are not stored via configuration management. When I export the configuration on one server (e.g. development) and import it into a different server (e.g. stage), these values may differ. Especially two terms with the same value on the servers don't necessarily share the same tid.

When I set a default value in dev, then this value's tid maybe not be the same as on the stage server and thus no default value or a wrong default value might be chosen, if I insert a new content of the type that has that field.

How do I manage this?

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I figured out the solution.

The value stored in the config/sync is not the tid of the taxonomy term, but the uuid. Because of this, I can just change the value of uuid column in taxonomy_term_data row of the dev's term to that of the stage's server without affecting the tid column.

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  • Something like Content Serialization might help with exporting the taxonomy terms and preserve their UUID's. You shouldn't need to hand update the UUID's then I think. – Beebee Mar 5 at 11:27
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