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traversal # Posted on May 27, 2013 at 8:39 am

Hey Bart, sorry about these issues. The problem lies in the fact that MasterPress stores post types that are already registered by other plugins in its own database too so that they are available in the list of post types in the Masterplan area, so you can create fields against externally registered post types, for example.

This works well for scenarios like post types that are registered by themes or other plugins, but (as I’m finding out) not so well for migration from other plug-ins.

It’s not a “friendly” solution, but are you able to remove the post type rows from the “{prefix}mp_post_types” table? That should get rid of the externally recorded types and allow you to re-create them correctly in MasterPress.

Sorry about this, I need to create a section of the plug-in somewhere that deals with migration specifically.

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