If this is a Custom Post Type using Table-based storage, you will need to insert rows into:
wp_ would be your table prefix)
You only have to insert rows into
wp_pods_yourcpt if you have custom fields in that table that you want to set.
If you have relationships, you would insert those into
Does this clarify everything for you?
Thanks for quick reply.
This is Custom Post type and usin Table-based storage and it have only custom fields.
So should this work without inserting the rows ALSO to wp_posts? Or do I have to add the same rows also to wp_posts?
What I want to do is make own table (different from wp_posts table) for about 70.000 rows. And then make listings from these rows.
I don´t like to add them to wp_post, because this data will be updated daily and it is not good to do so in wp_posts table…
wp_posts has all of the core post information including
You’ll need to ensure you have at minimal a row for each record in
Then for the table-based custom fields, you would add ONE row per record into your
wp_pods_yourcpt table using the
wp_posts to match them up.
If you intended to have a table entirely outside of the WordPress posts table, you would want to enable the Advanced Content Type component from Pods Admin > Components and then create an Advanced Content Type.
Note: Advanced Content Types do not have normal templating in WordPress like post types get.
This comparison might help: https://docs.pods.io/creating-editing-pods/compare-content-types/
Thank you. This clarified the matter.