• Resolved weiz

    (@weiz)


    Today, when I changed the “wordpress address” and “site address”, I met with a problem regarding Pods. When I would like to modify a file/image/video field, a box pops up saying
    Error:</br>
    <b>Warning</b>: array_merge()[function.array-merge]:Argument#1 is not an array in <b> /home/content/67/10373967/html/backoffice/wp-includes/post.php</b> on line <b>2996</b>

    <b>Warning</b>: array_merge()[function.array-merge]:Argument#1 is not an array in <b> /home/content/67/10373967/html/backoffice/wp-includes/post.php</b> on line <b>2996</b>
    Pod not found

    And when I refer to this field and tried to upload a pic, it also says ‘Pod not found’.

    So how should I solve it?

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/pods/

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  • Plugin Author Scott Kingsley Clark

    (@sc0ttkclark)

    Was that the only change you made?

    • What version of Pods?
    • What version of WP exactly (3.5 or 3.5.1)?
    • Is this when you hit update on the post, or is it appearing when you upload the file itself?
    • Do you have issues uploading files in the Media menu itself?

    1. Pods version is 2.2
    2. WP version is 3.5.1
    3. It appears when I upload the file and I used Plupload.
    4. There is no problem to upload files in Media menu.

    I also restore the database by one time.
    The database is 8 hours ago.

    Plugin Author Scott Kingsley Clark

    (@sc0ttkclark)

    Changing the site URL shouldn’t have any direct impact on Pods’ functionality, did you also change servers?

    No, Scott, I do not.
    The only thing I guess which may affect it is the change of URL, for I changed a such as http://aaa.com/bbb to http://ccc.com/

    Scott, I remember using a CDN service but I used it for some time.
    At first, there is no such problem, but only appear when I changed URL.
    Do you think that may be the problem?

    Scott, I found another problem that I can’t even change any pod type.
    When I tried to modify some fields in a type and click save pod, it appears the same box.
    <b>Warning</b>: array_merge()[function.array-merge]:Argument#1 is not an array in <b> /home/content/67/10373967/html/backoffice/wp-includes/post.php</b> on line <b>2996</b>

    <b>Warning</b>: array_merge()[function.array-merge]:Argument#1 is not an array in <b> /home/content/67/10373967/html/backoffice/wp-includes/post.php</b> on line <b>2996</b>
    Pod not found

    Scott, I tried deactivate Pods and reactivate it, then it works well without any problem. So I guessed that there were some errors with Pods’ route when I changed the wordpress’ URL.
    So how do you think I should modify Pods? Or what do you think of the problem?

    Plugin Author Scott Kingsley Clark

    (@sc0ttkclark)

    Did you say deactivating and reactivating Pods resolved your issue entirely?

    Yes, Scott, when I deactivate and reactivate Pods, I can use it without any problem. But it also deletes all my setting of Pods before, so I still need to solve it by not taking this way.

    Plugin Author Scott Kingsley Clark

    (@sc0ttkclark)

    Sounds like you are deactivating and reseting Pods through the Pods Admin > Settings screen. Is that right? If so, there’s wording there that explains what it does, it resets your settings and your Pod definitions. Your data remains intact (for meta-based content types).

    Are you still seeing the error once you recreate your settings?

    No, Scott, I meant I reactivate Pods under wordpress>Plugins
    I tried “Reset Pods setting and Data” under Pods but found that all my settings of Pods lost and I have to restore my database to an early day.

    When I deactivate and reactivate Pods under Plugins, there is no error.

    I used table based content type

    Today, I tried to restore my database to an early time and Pods works perfectly again. So I worked on finding the problem in database and found that the problem should be in the table wp_posts and wp-postmeta.

    So do you have any suggestion on the possible of these two tables? Any change that may disable Pods in these two tables?

    Plugin Author Scott Kingsley Clark

    (@sc0ttkclark)

    I think I’ve reached the limit of what I can do from here without access to your site to see the issue. Since I can’t reproduce it, it’s difficult to get it fixed for you.

    Would you be open to providing temporary access to your site? If so, you can submit the information securely here: https://pods.io/help/

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