[wp-hackers] Missing postmeta after 3.6 upgrade
joshua.sibelman at gmail.com
Tue Aug 6 16:08:50 UTC 2013
Thanks for the response Otto. I am actually using Sequel Pro to check the records in the database as opposed to the WP interface. I don't believe it's a plugin causing the issue, as a second WP instance isn't having this problem. The difference between the two instances is that the one having the issue is the one that users interact with, which leads me to believe this is related to the changes made to the post revision system.
On Monday, August 5, 2013 at 5:39 PM, Otto wrote:
> If you disable plugins entirely, then any postmeta info which doesn't
> start with an underscore should still be visible in the "Custom
> fields" box. Does the data disappear when this is the case as well?
> Basically, try to figure out if it's the interaction between 3.6 and a
> plugin by disabling all plugins and seeing if it happens on a clean
> On Mon, Aug 5, 2013 at 6:17 PM, Josh <joshua.sibelman at gmail.com (mailto:joshua.sibelman at gmail.com)> wrote:
> > It's kind of a weird issue to explain. It occurs when clicking on a post to edit it. Clicking on a post to edit brings up the edit post screen, where the postmeta fields are then blank. Looking at the database the postmeta is in the postmeta table, but once I click on the record to edit it, once the edit screen loads the postmeda fields are gone from the db. It's as though some action is being called upon loading the edit screen that is deleting the post meta. Definitely a head scratcher.
> > If I restore the post to a previous state via an available autosave or revision then the postmeta is restored, and subsequent clicks to edit the record do not cause the postmeta to be deleted.
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