After installing WP Content Pilot I have this alert: “One or more WP Content Pilot Database table is missing, please reactivate the plugin” and the plugin is not working.
It appears that WP Content Pilot was unable to create the necessary database(s) after the installation so you are getting this alert. Did you try to reinstall the plugin? Reinstalling it may fix the problem. What is the MySQL version that you are using?
thanks staff, resintall and recative is not fix problem, problem continue, im going to check mysql to send you
@manu can you please send your status report export from plugin submenu? So we can further investigate the issue?
Server: 10.6.64.94 via TCP/IP
Server type: MySQL
Server version: 5.5.59 – MySQL Community Server (GPL)
Protocol version: 10
User: [email protected]
Server charset: UTF-8 Unicode (utf8)
Database client version: libmysql – 5.1.73
PHP extension: mysql Documentation
Version information: 184.108.40.206
List of changes
@manu our plugin supports a minimum of 5.6 Mysql version but you are using outdated of 5.5.59.
can you please try in different server
thanks, do you have older version working with 5.5.59?
Not for now but we will release a new version tomorrow which will support the older version.
so much problem with the update not working like the older version please do somthing.it stopped posting.it can only post when i click on test run
We are assuming that your per minute Cron has stopped for some reason. Please deactivate the free version and then reactivate it. It should solve your problem. If you still face problem, please let us know. Thank you.
Are you getting the table missing (One or more WP Content Pilot Database table is missing, please reactivate the plugin) error?