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[Resolved] Twitter Tools 1.6 – Digest (weekly/daily)

  • Good day all.

    I upgraded to the new version of Twitter Tools recently – the betas and then the final release. In it I saw that the digest portion of the plug in appeared to be resolved so I left my weekly digest setting alone and checked back a few days later.

    Unfortunately nothing had posted. With each new version I tested the weekly digest by changing the day/time to the next day at 6:40 am. Nothing has posted.

      I have:

    • verified that the .php file is in the correct location.
    • updated the Twitter Tools settings.
    • manually ‘updated tweets’
    • turned off, updated, and then turned on the weekly digest and updated again

    It feels like I’ve at the error so much but I can’t see it because I’ve looked at it so much. Any suggestions on how to resolve this? Thanks.

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  • ok, so how do you flush the tt settings?

    I don’t have phpymadmin access, but I do have a DB plugin that allows me to update, delete and insert stuff.

    Hmm. I do not know itjuggler.

    As I went through the process I wished that there was a clean remove/uninstall of the plugin. Sure, the files are easy to delete but removing the data from the db was not.

    Does anyone else know how to completely uninstall TT without phpmyadmin? It’d be great if the plugin provided that option considering how much it adds to the db.

    Additional note – After nearly 24 hours, my older tweets have not imported into the db.

    I still want to reenable AIO SEO, but I have not been brave enough. Does anyone have any luck with it?

    On a sidenote; When I was deleting the settings for TT did I notice that my twitter password was stored in the clear. That is not good practice! But I guess we will have to live with it intill twitter lets us use API key’s.

    sjefen6… I have SEO enabled and everything is working fine (still). My Sunday weekly digest posted this AM.

    Success! I reenabeled AIO SEO and still the digests are coming inn! The fix seems to be flushing the settings from aktt and reinstall it. Dont know what wp.com users and other that does not have db access can do.

    I am pretty sure I just solved my problem. “akk_doing_digest” is set to “1”, where i suspect the program left it after my %^@# provider killed the process.

    wfzimmerman, I think you nailed the problem. Here are two examples from my db backups.

    March 13th…
    INSERT INTO wp_options VALUES (2442, 0, ‘aktt_doing_digest_post’, ‘0’, ‘yes’);

    February 27th…
    INSERT INTO wp_options VALUES (1597, 0, ‘aktt_doing_digest_post’, ‘1’, ‘yes’);

    I had left the weekly digest enabled hoping that one day it would fix itself. I do see a 0 vs a 1. Would that have solved the problem?

    For those out there experiencing troubles with the weekly digest, check this setting and please let us know if this solution fixed the problem.

    Thanks wfzimmerman.

    I have been using twitter tools since sometime and hav started facing a strange problem.

    not only does the plugin skip some of the daily digests on certain random dates, it posts duplicate ones on certain days. I cant figure out what’s wrong. My twitter lifestreaming on my blog is not working :|. any support would be appreciated.

    Same problems here – ground to a halt a couple of weeks back and have had no success in getting the daily or weekly digests started again. Have tried flushing the TT stuff from the DB, resetting, reinstalling, disabling other plug-ins etc… to no avail.

    @wfzimmerman @garyploski – what you were investigating sounded positive – did you both resolve this problem permanently and, if you did, would you be able to post a clear step-by-step solution for us all here please? Your posts above point to a few different steps, but it’s not quite clear (at least to me) what exactly you did to sort it out.

    If possible, much appreciated!

    Thanks for your work gary, I will try the new version on my blog.

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    I only installed this plugin to get the weekly compliation of tweets posted as a blog post.

    I can’t get it to work either. I am running WP 2.7 with the following plugins:

    Google Analytics
    Google XML Sitemaps
    Image Caption
    Lightbox 2
    MaxBlogPress Ping Optimizer
    My Link Order
    Twitter for WordPress
    Widget Logic
    Worpress,com stats
    Wordpress Database backup
    WP Contact Form III
    WP Security
    YouTube Brackets

    I suggest it might just be easier to copy and paste them in manually once a week.

    #1 Select, copy paste, post: All up that process would take a minute, perhaps less.


    #2 Troubleshooting this plugin: I could waste several hours as others have with no promise it will work.

    I am having the same problem. The plugin does not publish the digest posts.

    I am running WP 2.8 with the following plugins:

    Broken Link Checker
    Clicky Web Analytics
    Flickr Photo Album
    Maintenance Mode
    MTR Podcast Recorder
    NextGEN Gallery
    Post-Plugin Library
    Post Levels
    Recent Posts
    Riffly Video/Audio Comments
    Sidebar Login
    Similar Posts
    Subscribe To Comments
    WordPress.com Stats
    Wordpress Automatic Upgrade
    Wordpress Gravatars
    Wordpress Thread Comment

    Same problems here, it just stopped all of a sudden to give out the weekly digest. I don’t know if the update of wordpress has anything to do with it. I deinstalled tt and deleted everything from the database. (shouldn’t there be a routine for this in the plugin?) I will reinstall twitter tools again to see what happens. But before that I try to build in the routine to remove the database entries at deinstallation.

    A new version has been released since I posted this trouble. There was a resolution to the earlier trouble please read through the posts for details. This is now marked as resolved.

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