"PDOException: SQLSTATE[42S22]: Column not found: 1054 Unknown column" error

Error

You are trying to create a new ERPAL contact. Or add an address to an existing contact. When you click on "Save" button. ERPAL returns the following error message:

Error messages

Click on one of the below below error message

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Operators Explained

=
equals (exact value of a property, consider ThemeKey Debug to get an impression of the possible values)
!
not equals
*
contains
!*
not contains
<
less than (alphanumeric values are treated in alphabetical order: "A" is less than "B" but "B" is less than "a")
<=
less than or equal to (alphanumeric values are treated in alphabetical order: "a" is less than "b" but "B" is less than "a" and "A" is less than "a")
>

Properties Explained

blog:uid

Blog: User ID - The id of the user (uid) who owns the blog.
Page Cache: Supported

drupal:base_path

Drupal: Base path - If Drupal is installed in a subdirectory, the base path will be '/[subdirectory]/', otherwise just '/'.
Page Cache: Supported

drupal:get_q

Drupal: $_GET['q'] - Current value of Drupal's query parameter "q"
Page Cache: Supported

drupal:is_front_page

Drupal: Is front page - 'true' if current page is front page, otherwise just 'false'.
Page Cache: Supported

Writing Automated Update Tests for Drupal 8

If your module is making a data model change related to configuration, then you need to properly update your data model (as described on child pages linked to from that page).

You'll also need to test your update, to verify that it is working correctly. You can test it manually (as described on the parent page linked above), but it is also a good idea (and required in Core development) to write an automated upgrade test for your change. This page describes how to do that.

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