On an empty wordpress database, I insert one sample post using the wp_insert_post.
Since it's an empty database, the first post I add ends up with id 1. And I check that in the wp_posts, everything looks right ( well for some reason post_name is blank but I do not want to focus on that now ).
The question is but when I want to update that post ( again using the wp_insert_post), instead of updating the early record, I end up getting post id 2!
If you ask how I update the record with the wp_insert_post, I simply set the ID to 1 when I build my $data array for the wp_insert_post.
The codex say that when you supply the 'ID' array element to the wp_insert_post's $data array, it simply updates that post with that ID.
Well, in my cases, It does not.
I end up getting the post id 2. Post ID 2's author goes as 0 (post id's author was 1 ), and post id 2's post_name is 1-revision ( post id 1s post_name was blank as I said above)
Any idea of why this could be happening?
Or should I simply forget the idea of using wp_insert_post for post updates?