[wp-hackers] Trackback issues.

Mark B. mark2005 at imaginekitty.com
Sat Jan 14 21:18:16 GMT 2006

On Jan 14, 2006, at 4:07 PM, Roy Schestowitz wrote:

> _____/ On Sat 14 Jan 2006 19:39:26 GMT, [Andy Skelton] wrote : \_____
>> On 1/14/06, Mark B. <mark2005 at imaginekitty.com> wrote:
>>> I am willing to let someone have access to my ftp if they want to try
>>> wp2.0 on my server and see that trackbacks do not work as they 
>>> should.
>> I'll take you up on that when I have some time, probably tomorrow. If
>> anyone can name that tune in fewer notes, speak up.
>> Andy
> I can recall at least 2 people in the Support Forums who were using 
> 2.0 and
> reported trackback bugs. I am guessing that revision of the ping 
> spawning
> mechanism may have been the cause. I was in the forums for under a 
> week, so
> this might be a detriment whose scale is rather considerable.
> I have just trackbacked 2 blogs using yesterday's nightly. Worked
> flawlessly.
> Best wishes,
> Roy
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The strange thing is it works on my home server but not on my host.  
There is obviously some type of incompatibility with certain servers 
that wasn't present in the past versions.

Trackbacks do seem to get sent off if you call execute-pings.php after 
you post.

I'm throwing up my hands for a while.  :)



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