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I have a content type with a user reference field on it, the users are populated here by a view.

When a user saves a comment, I want to access that field and send an email to user in the entity reference field.

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  • Going to post this here, answering my own question. Not sure if this is hacky or not but I worked around my inability to access the node fields by having the comment update the node changed to the current time. Then created a new rule to fire an email off to the entity reference user on that update. ¯_(ツ)_/¯
    – rd89
    May 12 at 17:34
  • That is definitely hacky :).
    – anoopjohn
    May 12 at 21:20
  • @anoopjohn want to send a little guidance? I will send a cup of coffee for your effort :)
    – rd89
    May 13 at 6:18

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Although the question is about doing this with rules, here is how you can do this with some custom code. There could be a rules based approach towards doing the same thing.

You can implement a hook_ENTITY_TYPE_insert hook in your module which will get called when a comment is inserted and then from that comment, get the node and from there you can do whatever you want to do with the node.

function custom_module_comment_insert(\Drupal\Core\Entity\EntityInterface $entity) {
   // $entity will be a comment entity.
   $node = $entity->getCommentedEntity();
   if ($commented_entity && $commented_entity instanceof \Drupal\node\NodeInterface) {
     // Do what you want to do with the node
   }
}

Hope this helps somebody running into this post.

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