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  • Resolved Antal Tettinger


    Dear Arnan,

    I have searched the forum but didn’t encounter this issue. The error log on our Genesis based WordPress Multi Site is continuously reporting AdRotate related database errors, here is a typical example, could you please assist to resolve it?

    [31-Oct-2019 06:24:46 UTC] WordPress database error Table ‘*****_****.wp_40_adrotate_groups’ doesn’t exist for query SELECT id, adspeed FROM wp_40_adrotate_groups WHERE name != ” AND modus = 1 ORDER BY id ASC; made by require(‘wp-blog-header.php’), require_once(‘wp-includes/template-loader.php’), include(‘/themes/****/front-page.php’), genesis, get_footer, locate_template, load_template, require_once(‘/themes/XY/footer.php’), wp_footer, do_action(‘wp_footer’), WP_Hook->do_action, WP_Hook->apply_filters, adrotate_custom_javascript

    Also another question, after every update we have the “Finish Update” button appearing in 30+ Multi Sites which is quite cumbersome to do manually. Does it have any real function to click on that button or is there a way to remove that message?

    Thank you!



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  • Plugin Author Arnan de Gans


    If your whole groups table is missing someone deleted a bunch of things from it.
    Try re-activating the plugin, that should re-add any missing tables.

    And yes, the button is there to finish the update of-course. You can remove it by clicking the “Finish Update” button.

    Thread Starter Antal Tettinger


    Arnan, dank je for the quick reply I will de-and-re-activate the plugin and hopefully that will fix the table problem. I don’t think anybody has deleted the table though.

    Regarding the update, how come AdRotate is the only plugin that needs one more step after updating in the plugin? I think its not so convenient especially on a large number of Multi Sites.

    Thanks for the update and the help!

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