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Managed MySQL database error: Unknown column in 'where clause'
I am using OpenLiteSpeed WordPress 1-Click from the marketplace and a Managed MySQL 8 Database.
There’s a specific and well known plugin I need to run the website: Easy Digital Downloads. On a fresh install, with only that plugin active I am getting a database error:
WordPress database error: [Unknown column 'edd_payment_note' in 'where clause'] SELECT comment_approved, COUNT( * ) AS num_comments FROM wp_comments WHERE comment_type != "edd_payment_note" GROUP BY comment_approved
The error seems present only with the Managed DB. Using the provided MariaDB 10.4 from the droplet the plugin works just fine.
The Global SQL mode has the default settings:
ANSI_QUOTES ERROR_FOR_DIVISION_BY_ZERO IGNORE_SPACE NO_ENGINE_SUBSTITUTION NO_ZERO_DATE NO_ZERO_IN_DATE ONLY_FULL_GROUP_BY PIPES_AS_CONCAT REAL_AS_FLOAT STRICT_ALL_TABLES
What could be the difference between the databases that’s causing that issue? and how may I be able to fix it?
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