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Changeset 234


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Timestamp:
06/18/2003 01:20:04 AM (21 years ago)
Author:
mikelittle
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  • trunk/wp-admin/upgrade-071-to-072.php

    r233 r234  
    8181CREATE TABLE $tableoptions (
    8282  option_id int(11) NOT NULL auto_increment,
     83  blog_id int(11) not null default 0,
     84  option_can_override enum ('Y','N') NOT NULL default 'Y',
    8385  option_name varchar(64) UNIQUE NOT NULL default '',
    8486  option_type int(11) NOT NULL default 1,
     
    8890  option_description tinytext NOT NULL default '',
    8991  option_admin_level int NOT NULL DEFAULT '1',
    90   PRIMARY KEY (option_id)
     92  PRIMARY KEY (option_id, blog_id)
    9193)
    9294";
     
    418420<p>OK. All settings transferred.</p>
    419421<p>Congratulations! You have updated to the latest version of WordPress</p>
    420 <p>You can now delete your b2config.php file</p>
     422<p>You can now delete your b2config.php file, and go play with your <a href="<?php echo $siteurl; ?>">updated blog</a> </p>
    421423<?php
    422424    break;
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