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WordPress fix Reply To: New post creation causes double row entries in mySQL

Discussion in 'Misc WordPress Requests' started by Jacob Peattie, Mar 4, 2018.

  1. Jacob Peattie

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    Reply To: New post creation causes double row entries in mySQL, by Jacob Peattie

    This is just part of the Revisions system. What you’re seeing is the first ‘revision’.


    Revisions are stored as children of their associated post (the same thing we do for attachments). They are given a post_status of ‘inherit’, a post_type of ‘revision’, and a post_name of {parent ID}- revision(-#) for regular revisions and {parent ID}-autosave for autosaves.

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