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1 month 3 days ago #47198 by Adam Yared
Hello,

im looking to bulk update 39 records from the NNNNN_jomres_propertys table and have been able to update the records in the db but they're not appearing updated on the site, either jomres backend or front end.

They must be getting cached somewhere but i cant see where the cache rebuild is triggered. Any help?

Thanks
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1 month 3 days ago #47199 by Vince Wooll
Most fields would be updated like that, however if the elements you're updating are text fields such as property decription, meta data, terms and conditions etc then you would also need to update the xxx_jomres_custom_text table too.

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1 month 2 days ago #47201 by Adam Yared
Thanks Vince, that's got it

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