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Last updated by Lauren 1 year ago.

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October 2, 2018 at 3:39 pm

micheleG-14

Hi i have 2 problems :

The First one:

"We have detected a problem with some tables in the database. Please contact WPML support to get this fixed.

Array
(
[language] => en
[context] => sitepress
[gettext_context] =>
[domain_name_context_md5] => b4230f4f9bc3a3aead33d2224a4b13ae
[name] => 770d4ce3c5fe7c6cf880415858914c19
[value] => WPML Update is Incomplete
[status] => 0
[translation_priority] => optional
[allow_empty_value] =>
)"

The second one:
The language URL does not change due to problems with Htaccess or server configuration. I do not know how to solve. See Screenshot cattura2.png

October 4, 2018 at 7:33 pm #2788683

Lauren
Supporter

Languages: English (English )

Timezone: America/New_York (GMT-04:00)

Thank you for contacting WPML support. I'll be happy to help you with this.

Please try to to do a manual update by following these steps:

1. Ensure that you have a full backup for the site.

2. Log in to your WPML.org account and go to the Downloads section. Download the WPML components that you need. You will receive a ZIP file for each one of WPML’s components.

3. Deactivate the current WPML version that you are using. Be sure to deactivate WPML and all its components. Otherwise, the installation files may be locked and not writeable. Don’t worry, your translations are not going to be modified.

4. Delete the plugin, so that you can install the new version. Note: if you cannot delete from inside WordPress, use an FTP program to delete the folders of WPML and its components from wp-content/plugins.

5. In the WordPress admin, go to Plugins -> Add New -> Upload and upload the ZIP files that you downloaded. Alternatively, if you cannot upload plugins directly to WordPress, unzip each file. A directory will be created. Then upload the unzipped directories to your site’s ‘wp-contents/plugins’ directory and overwrite the existing folders for WPML and its components.

6. Log in to your site, go to Plugins and activate WPML core first and then its components.

If this does not resolve the issue, then, go to WPML -> Support -> Troubleshooting.

Look for 'Clean up' and click the following:
- Synchronize posts taxonomies
- Clear the cache in WPML
- Remove ghost entries from the translation tables
- Fix element_type collation
- Set language information
- Fix Terms count
- Fix post assignment for translations

Does this resolve the issue?

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