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[Resuelto] Display field from 3rd party plugin.

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Last updated by Beda hace 5 años, 8 meses.

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#526607

I have data in MySQL stored in a table called wp_wpbdp_listing_fees as "expires_on". It’s a timestamp & I can’t figure out how to display the value for "expires_on" in a loop using Views.

The timestamp is automatically created when this CPT is published. It’s from a 3rd party plugin called Business Directory Plugin: https://wordpress.org/plugins/business-directory-plugin/

#526645

WordPress stores post data in the post and postmeta table.

This tables are also fully accessed by Toolset.

No other tables can be accessed (if we speak about posts).

If your plugin stores its data in a custom table, we cannot get that data.
You would have to update either post or postmeta, so to pull the data with Views or any other Toolset plugin.