I'm having issues creating an import / caching script to be used within a WordPress site. This feed comes from a single text file that is then parsed and returned as an array.
When running through each item from the feed I am using the wp_insert_post function to add in the data (see below):
$post = array( 'post_title' => $property['DISPLAY_ADDRESS'], 'post_name' => sanitize_title($property['DISPLAY_ADDRESS'] . "-" . $property['AGENT_REF']), 'post_content' => $content, 'post_status' => 'publish', 'post_type' => 'property', 'page_template' => 'page-property.php' ); $post_id = wp_insert_post( $post, true );
When I output the $post_id to catch the error I get the below:
WP_Error Object ( [errors] => Array ( [db_update_error] => Array (  => Could not update post in the database ) ) [error_data] => Array ( ) )
I have tried taking the actual text that is in the $content varilable and adding that straight into the 'post_content' option and that works fine. It is somewhere between my text and it being passed as $content that is causing issues. I have also tried using the 'post_content_filtered' option, which didn't make a difference.
Has anyone had this issue before or know why this error will be triggered? Without the 'post_content' field it works fine.
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The $content variable contains text from the feed. Shown below with some data blanked out as its for a client. Below is an example of $post outputted to show the data.
Array ( [post_title] => Example Post Title [post_name] => example-post-name [post_content] => ***£303.33 pcm*** Available 1st July Rent includes all utility bills. A self contained room with your own kitchenette and shared bathroom with one other . A popular location close shops and all main roads . [post_status] => publish [post_type] => property [page_template] => page-property.php [post_content_filtered] => )