For example, your search might have produced 5,000 records, only 50 of which are shown on the page.
When you click the "Update" button in the popup, all 5,000 records will be updated.
For the example above, the more or less standard way is to define these setters as follows: Yuk.
This doesn’t really looks like it’s worth making the custom setter functions.
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Step 2: Create a new workflow that triggers “on create” of your new entity.
In this case, the data will move from Account Update to Account.
Whenever you define a record type alias in Elm, you get the dotted getter functions for free.
Your setter functions however— to change something in your record (immutable-style of course)— you have to define for yourself.