I am currently working with a team of developers trying to port our website to WordPress. On our local dev. server, we have complete ability to edit MYSQL schema. However, our parent company runs the MYSQL server on our production server, meaning we can’t make script-based schema changes. Instead if we want to change anything in the MYSQL schema, we have to log the change, and mail it to them.
This makes upgrading WordPress tricky, since WordPress automatically generates and executes the SQL when it updates. We simply can’t do this, and need a way to get SQL commands WordPress uses on our local server.
If anyone knows how to do this, any help would be much appreciated.
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