[wp-hackers] Changes from 2.x.x to 3.x.x

mailapera mailapera at gmail.com
Thu Jan 20 16:42:18 UTC 2011

Thanks for your reply.
I know this is not support, but I thought my question was on the WP
core. Is wp 3.0.x handling DB queries differently? The fact that there
is a plugin involved, as I said, is unimportant.

I posted the function just to make my question clearer. From a glance
you may be able to tell I am calling db data and tables that if during
the upgrade were changed in name or whatever (I know 3.0 brought a lot
of DB changes, I just dunno which ones!)

Thanks for trying to address my issue more consistently. Hope my
question is clearer now.

On Thu, Jan 20, 2011 at 5:14 PM, Eric Mann <eric at eam.me> wrote:
>> Hi,
>> I know this may seem a topic coming late, but I have an issue after
>> upgrading from 2.9.2 to 3.0.4 I cannot figure out.
>> So I was wondering if you could help me out replying to this question.
> First and foremost, this list isn't for support requests.  Those should be
> directed to the support forums: http://wordpress.org/support.
> Secondly, no one can begin to help you solve your "issue" if we don't know
> what the issue is.  Now we've seen what you tried, but what problem are you
> facing?  Is WordPress returning an error?  Are you getting a strangely
> rendered screen?  Are posts missing after the upgrade?  What other
> plug-ins/theme/modifications is your site running that could possibly have
> any interaction with your code?
>> Are queries or prefixes handled differently in 3.x?
>> I have this function that works in conjunction with NGG, but the issue
>> here is not the plugin (tested). So it might be some parameter that
>> changed with 3.x
>> I bumped my head on wordpress.org searching for any note on this, but
>> could not find anything. Any hint is greatly appreciated! Below is the
>> function.
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