I just upgraded to 3.0 and now “show previous events” link displays no events. xxx/events/past is the link it’s using. Did I wipe out some page templates or something when I upgraded?
Thanks in advance.
Well, I manually added the _EventDuration metadata, but I also tried editing and saving the events. They still don’t show up for me.
Have you made any other edits to the plugin? Aside from the changes we talked about I’m running vanilla everything.
Haven’t made any other edits to the plugin, but I do have a custom list view set up.
Would you mind running checking the value of $wp_the_query on your past events page and sending me the result? I’m curious if you are running a different query than I am.
This is what I’ve got on the past events page:
SELECT SQL_CALC_FOUND_ROWS DISTINCT wp_posts.*, wp_postmeta.meta_value as EventStartDate, tribe_event_duration.meta_value as EventDuration, DATE_ADD(CAST(wp_postmeta.meta_value AS DATETIME), INTERVAL tribe_event_duration.meta_value SECOND) as EventEndDate FROM wp_posts INNER JOIN wp_postmeta ON (wp_posts.ID = wp_postmeta.post_id) LEFT JOIN wp_postmeta as tribe_event_duration ON ( wp_posts.ID = tribe_event_duration.post_id AND tribe_event_duration.meta_key = '_EventDuration' ) WHERE 1=1 AND wp_posts.post_type = 'tribe_events' AND (wp_posts.post_status = 'publish' OR wp_posts.post_status = 'private') AND (wp_postmeta.meta_key = '_EventStartDate' ) AND DATE_ADD(CAST(wp_postmeta.meta_value AS DATETIME), INTERVAL tribe_event_duration.meta_value SECOND) < '2013-07-09 18:25:01' ORDER BY DATE(wp_postmeta.meta_value) DESC, TIME(wp_postmeta.meta_value) DESC LIMIT 0, 10
Thanks! That helps a lot. For some reason my query doesn’t have that inner join of wp_postmeta. That’s what I’m missing. Do you know where that inner join comes from?
Wait, that was my fault. A bit of debug code that I had added was preventing the INNER JOIN from showing. Once that was removed things started working for me.
Wow guys, I’m sorry but this is a real mess. I performed the fix as described above and while that did solve the problems I was having with past events, I’ve realized that NONE of the event dates are correct since the upgrade. Also, for some reason, a few posts from other categories have shown up in the calendar! How is that even possible? I’m afraid I have no choice but to roll back to 2.0.11. It’s really unfortunate because I just spent about 3 hours working on a problem that I will never be compensated for. 🙁 (Before I’m flamed, let me preface this by saying that I have paid for Pro – not just the open source version.)
I’m not quite sure exactly how the problem was resolved for mdd061000 from Ned Zimmerman, I’m not that good with PHP.
I haven’t edited my code at all, just performed the update and it’s not working. So we should add Ned’s code to which file to fix the problem?
I’m actually thinking of what Jeana said and rolling back to 2.0.11.
This is a majorly poor update here. Old plugin worked like a dream and now im gridlocked with no functionality at all.
Hoping Modern Tribe team will jump on this issue ASAP.
Hey guys. Thanks for the follow-ups here. Jonah has been hitting the forums here actively the past few days but this thread got missed – my apologies for not electing to receive email notifications upon my first reply. I dropped the ball here.
I appreciate each of you following up and confirming this is a problem. While we did QA the product actively before release, it’s obvious that we failed you guys by not catching the issue here and we apologize for that. I know what it’s like to update a site and find yourself with a shell of its former self. It looks like a solution that works for some has bene posted here, and for anyone who is still interested in downgrading, the 2.0.11 tagged release is available right here: http://downloads.wordpress.org/plugin/the-events-calendar.2.0.11.zip. However it’s important to note that – while we’re in the first few weeks of the 3.0 launch – we are providing deeper support here on dot-org. Once the dust has settled from 3.0, we’re going to revert to hitting these forums once a week and won’t be able to provide as deep a level of assistance as we are now. So if you are facing 3.0-specific issues know that we do have more bandwidth than normal to help you out for the next couple weeks.
This issue related to end date/passed events unquestionably an issue with the current codebase, and we’ve been working hard to get it patched over the past couple days. A patch will be deployed in either the 3.0.2 release that is shipping this week….likely tomorrow. I’ll drop in here and let folks know when that is available but I would certainly be interested in hearing whether the issues persist from there.
While we absolutely appreciate the situation this has put some of you in, I’m admittedly a bit disappointed to see comments stating the release is a “majorly poor update” when we’re still very early in the 3.x lifecycle. As with any major release, the early builds are rarely ever 100% bug-free…and the early adopters are likely to be those who are first to experience/report those. At a certain point we made a decision to release with a stable codebase that might have a few issues and patch them from there. Luckily, the majority of feedback we’ve seen so far has been overwhelmingly positive…and I’m hoping we’ll have those of you in the less-than-enthused camp switching sides as soon as we get these issues addressed.
Finally: it sounds like there are a couple of other folks in here, such as Jeana, facing problems that are significant but seem unrelated to the core matter at hand (ie, posts appearing on the calendar).Those issues aren’t ones I’ve seen reported elsewhere nor have I been able to recreate, which makes me think something else is at play here specific to certain installs. If you open a new thread for that issue we can absolutely try to help you out.
Thanks again to everyone for their patience – and apologies on behalf of the whole team for your experiences so far. Within 24 hours this should be a non-issue…and if you see anything else, know we are committed to helping get those sorted.
…and that may well be the least grammatically-correct reply I’ve ever posted 🙂 Let me know if any of the points wrought with grammatical errors above don’t make sense, and I can clarify for anyone as needed. Thanks!
Looking forward to the next update. The Events Calendar is great and I’m glad to not have to downgrade or monkey around in the code too much.
Thanks for the update form Modern Tribe. I will eagerly await the fix. I have purchased the Pro version of the Events Calendar for another website I run and LOVE the plugin and the support is awesome over there too! Thanks for the free help in this thread though, much appreciated!
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