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So… The Support replied: “…you will need to pass the $term object to the $value parameter of the function”. Ok. Lat’s do it now!
$current_user = wp_get_current_user(); update_field('_user', $current_user, $post_id); // user_obj, but don't work, why is it? update_field('_user', $current_user->ID, $post_id); // just ID, but works fine $status_term_obj = get_term_by('slug', 'created', 'request_status'); // it's term_obj update_field('_status', $status_term_obj, $post_id); // don't work!
In Debuger update_field() looks:
The Tax_Term_Obj there is, but the Field_Obj is “null”. Why?
Here is this field: http://prntscr.com/b0hzo4 and that field_group is added to post_type=”request”.
Maybe it’s important: fields “_user” and “_status” in fields_group “Request Admin Part” and they don’t show in acf_form() and set in code “acf/save_post”.
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