ActionScheduler_LoggerSchema::update_schema_3_0()publicWC 1.0

Update the logs table schema, allowing datetime fields to be NULL.

This is needed because the NOT NULL constraint causes a conflict with some versions of MySQL configured with sql_mode=NO_ZERO_DATE, which can for instance lead to tables not being created.

Most other schema updates happen via ActionScheduler_Abstract_Schema::update_table(), however that method relies on dbDelta() and this change is not possible when using that function.

Method of the class: ActionScheduler_LoggerSchema{}

No Hooks.


null. Nothing.


$ActionScheduler_LoggerSchema = new ActionScheduler_LoggerSchema();
$ActionScheduler_LoggerSchema->update_schema_3_0( $table, $db_version );
$table(string) (required)
Name of table being updated.
$db_version(string) (required)
The existing schema version of the table.

ActionScheduler_LoggerSchema::update_schema_3_0() code WC 7.3.0

public function update_schema_3_0( $table, $db_version ) {
	global $wpdb;

	if ( 'actionscheduler_logs' !== $table || version_compare( $db_version, '3', '>=' ) ) {

	// phpcs:disable WordPress.DB.PreparedSQL.InterpolatedNotPrepared
	$table_name   = $wpdb->prefix . 'actionscheduler_logs';
	$table_list   = $wpdb->get_col( "SHOW TABLES LIKE '${table_name}'" );
	$default_date = ActionScheduler_StoreSchema::DEFAULT_DATE;

	if ( ! empty( $table_list ) ) {
		$query = "
			ALTER TABLE ${table_name}
			MODIFY COLUMN log_date_gmt datetime NULL default '${default_date}',
			MODIFY COLUMN log_date_local datetime NULL default '${default_date}'
		$wpdb->query( $query ); // phpcs:ignore WordPress.DB.PreparedSQL.NotPrepared
	// phpcs:enable WordPress.DB.PreparedSQL.InterpolatedNotPrepared