SQL question ?
I’m not sure where I should ask this question.
I’m trying to write a posts_where/posts_join filter. I want to filter out all posts that have a certain meta-tag.
Can anybody show me the SQL syntax for this ? What I need to tack on to the JOIN and/or WHERE clauses to get this to work ?
I’m having problems with posts with multiple meta-tags. I want to “filter out” based on the existance of a meta-tag … and not “include” based on the existance of a metatag. The later would be much easier.
Right now I have something like this:
RIGHT JOIN wp_postmeta ON (wp_posts.ID = wp_postmeta.post_id) where (meta_key IS NULL) or (meta_key != ‘dontshow’).
The problem arises when a post has multiple meta-tags, and ends up getting selected because of another tag.
Also, where is the place to talk about this, if not here ?
The hackers mailing list is apparently invite only.
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