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Hi @james ,
Thanks for reply, actually the issue was the “field name” . I tried ‘field key’ and it’s worked for me yesterday. But I am trying to import the the CSV file (with the help of WP all Import plugin) having lots of ACF’s fields .
Inside the loop of CSV data I am getting ACF field’s name but not it’s key. So for now I manually assigned the field key with if else condition. But this is not a good way I guess.
I also tried to find the “field key” by it’s name by using the get_field_objects() but can’t find any luck.
So can you please suggest me a better solution for this ?
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