I have a message on my WP Dashboard alerting me to the need to update the database. When I click it I eventually get a message that says “You cannot update from your current version” I am running Front End PM PRO version 11.2.1.
How do I make this message go away? I suspect that there is database record somewhere from a prior version that is causing this.
How do I remove those messages? What table are they in? I’m very comfortable working in the database myself . Are the previous messages in the wp_posts or wp_postmeta table? What would be the SQL criteria for identifying those old messages? I can delete them myself if I know the SQL criteria
I just looked a little closer at the database and it appears that I need to delete select rows from the wp_fep_messages, wp_fep_participants, and wp_fep_messagedata tables. Since I updated on 2/27/2020 I’m guessing that I need to delete all data from before 2/27/2020. Am I correct?
If it is ok to remove previous messages between users, easiest way is to check Front End PM PRO > Settings > General > Delete data on uninstall, then uninstall and delete this plugin from admin dashboard. Then install again.
This plugin creates 4 db tables and save some options in option table. All are prefix with fep_. You can delete those from db and it will automatically start again from the beginning. If you follow above steps then that will take care of deleting all of these.