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[EP-tech] Errors from event queue



Any idea where I'd find error messages from the event queue jobs?  I've tried a 'print STDERR' from the sub and I can't see it in the httpd logs. There's also nothing there about the function not being available to process
Thanks,
Alan

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Sent: 02 October 2015 16:01
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Subject: [EP-tech] Re: Updating a compound multiple field

Your assumptions are all correct.

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On 2 Oct 2015, at 15:37, martin.braendle at id.uzh.ch wrote:

> Hi,
>
> just a short question: Am I assuming correctly if I update a compound
> multiple field with
>
> $dataobj->set_value( array of hashes )
>
> that the new values overwrite the existing ones and are not appended to the existing values?
>
> E.g. if I want to keep the existing values, I need to read them out first and create a merged array with the new values that I have to write back?
>
> Thanks,
>
> Martin
>
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