While a specific use-case, I believe this may benefit others.
I am using TurboCSV to mass-import a number of posts into WordPress (which it is doing wonderfully so far). Within that import, I am specifying custom fields to be used in conjunction with Advanced Custom Fields to store/output the data. The post_meta table is being created correctly, but the part that is not working as expected is generating ACF's hidden fields (which work with field relationships). When the import is first done, those database tables are not created until you manually go into each post and re-save them. I was wondering if there is a way to "fake" the onSave event for WordPress for a number of posts. ACF also passes along post information (stored on the post edit screen) to this save function - which makes it a bit trickier - but I'd be interested if anyone has any thoughts. Thanks!