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ActionScheduler_DBStoreMigrator::save_action() public WC 1.0

Save an action with optional last attempt date.

Normally, saving an action sets its attempted date to 0000-00-00 00:00:00 because when an action is first saved, it can't have been attempted yet, but migrated completed actions will have an attempted date, so we need to save that when first saving the action.

{} It's a method of the class: ActionScheduler_DBStoreMigrator{}

No Hooks.

Return

String. The action ID

Usage

$ActionScheduler_DBStoreMigrator = new ActionScheduler_DBStoreMigrator();
$ActionScheduler_DBStoreMigrator->save_action( $action, $scheduled_date, $last_attempt_date );
$action(ActionScheduler_Action) (required)
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$scheduled_date(\DateTime)
Optional date of the first instance to store.
Default: null
$last_attempt_date(\DateTime)
Optional date the action was last attempted.
Default: null

Code of ActionScheduler_DBStoreMigrator::save_action() WC 6.1.0

public function save_action( ActionScheduler_Action $action, \DateTime $scheduled_date = null, \DateTime $last_attempt_date = null ){
	try {
		/** @var \wpdb $wpdb */
		global $wpdb;

		$action_id = parent::save_action( $action, $scheduled_date );

		if ( null !== $last_attempt_date ) {
			$data = [
				'last_attempt_gmt'   => $this->get_scheduled_date_string( $action, $last_attempt_date ),
				'last_attempt_local' => $this->get_scheduled_date_string_local( $action, $last_attempt_date ),
			];

			$wpdb->update( $wpdb->actionscheduler_actions, $data, array( 'action_id' => $action_id ), array( '%s', '%s' ), array( '%d' ) );
		}

		return $action_id;
	} catch ( \Exception $e ) {
		throw new \RuntimeException( sprintf( __( 'Error saving action: %s', 'woocommerce' ), $e->getMessage() ), 0 );
	}
}