If you see the above error when you try to login to the admin interface, it may due to your recent change to table prefix.
Normal WordPress table prefix is wp_ but you can change this to something else at a later stage.(e.g. You want to have two WordPress sites in same database)
Lets say if we change our table prefix to site1_ from wp_. (this you can do by changing wp-config.php and renaming tables accordingly)
Then you must do this (Still in 3.3.2 version);
Goto site1_usermeta table and update all occurrences of following to start with your new table prefix
- wp_capabilities — to — > site1_capabilities
- wp_user_level — to —- > site1_user_level
- wp_autosave_draft_ids — to —- > site1_autosave_draft_ids
- Goto site1__options table and update all occurrences of following to start with your new table prefix
- wp_user_roles — to —- > site1_user_roles
Then the issue should be solved! You should be able to login to the admin interface.
But I don’t still understand the logic to use database prefix for such parameters. May be WordPress developer could address this.
- Goto site1_usermeta table and update all occurrences of following to start with your new table prefix
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