Database component

WordPress database abstraction is implemented at wp-db.php.

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105 open tickets in the Database component

105 open tickets defect (bug) enhancement feature request
13 13 1
5.6 2 0 0
Awaiting Review 34 24 1
Future Release 7 9 1

105 open tickets. Last 7 days: +0 tickets

32 tickets that have no replies

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  • #28139  WP MU legacy problems: missing database tables administration multisitemultisite Used to describe a WordPress installation with a network of multiple blogs, grouped by sites. This installation type has shared users tables, and creates separate database tables for each blog (wp_posts becomes wp_0_posts). See also network, blog, site
  • #28591  dbDelta Non-literal DEFAULT not working (CURRENT_TIMESTAMP)
  • #31624  $wpdb->prepare() named placeholders
  • #31759  Allow to set $allow_bail when creating new wpdb object to handle connection error silently
  • #32868  Consider running utf8mb4 conversion on each database update
  • #35256  $wpdb->insert_id equals 0
  • #36242  wpdb set_sql_mode add param performance
  • #39273  Updating to 4.7 can break serialized data because $wpdb->determine_charset now forces utf8 when DB_CHARSET is set to utf8mb4
  • #39748  Function to insert or update DB value
  • #40150  VARCHAR/TEXT inefficiencies
  • #40779  function_exists() audit in wp-db.php
  • #42703  WP_Query: Swap parsing date into own method
  • #44292  Make use of protected process_fields
  • #44386  Problem with utf8mb4_unicode_ci collation for arabic content
  • #44973  Issues with $wpdb->get_col_info
  • #46145  dbDelta runs same updates on every execution
  • #46146  dbDelta not parsing enum correctly
  • #46179  Make fetch_array accessible in $wpdb performance
  • #46287  Add insert_ignore() method to wpdb to avoid unecessary boilerplate code
  • #46452  dbDelta given the same PRIMARY KEY and normal KEY produces no error, reports table created successfully, but the table is not created
  • #46565  Mixed engine in tables, could bring to major WP failure! Also there is a small fix that could avoid that.
  • #46576  short-circuit filterFilter Filters are one of the two types of Hooks https://codex.wordpress.org/Plugin_API/Hooks. They provide a way for functions to modify data of other functions. They are the counterpart to Actions. Unlike Actions, filters are meant to work in an isolated manner, and should never have side effects such as affecting global variables and output. for dbDelta
  • #46739  post attributes order not working correctly
  • #46923  $wpdb->get_var() — empty sting becomes a NULL
  • #46932  dbDelta does not account for MySQLMySQL MySQL is a relational database management system. A database is a structured collection of data where content, configuration and other options are stored. https://www.mysql.com/. keywords being used as key names administration
  • #47818  $wpdb should update ->insert_id also when `LAST_INSERT_ID(…)` is found
  • #47994  The additions of a new wp_posts table columns called post_level and post_patriarch
  • #49363  wpdb::query() does not detect LOAD DATA as an insert statement type
  • #49482  Non-english slug can sometimes cause an error in WordPress query
  • #49654  maybe_drop_table
  • #51207  wpdb query returns incorrect value for update ( using mysql )
  • #51350  mysql nosql feature requestfeature request A feature request should generally begin the process in the ideas forum, on a mailing list, as a plugin, or brought to the attention of the core team, such as through scope meetings held for each major release. Unsolicited tickets of this variety are typically, therefore, discouraged. performance

2 tickets slated for 5.6

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  • #32315  $wpdb->insert fails without error msg
  • #51288  Drop deprecated database column upon upgrade

105 open tickets

Open bugs: 56. View list on Trac

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