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  • Charles
    Charles
    August 2, 2014 at 1:10 pm

    Hi Mark,
    Thanks for the reply.
    1. Any chance that we can update the ACCESS field for all listings via phpMyAdmin executing an SQL command?
    2. As an alternative, any chance that the ACCESS field content a:2:{i:0;s:1:”0″;i:1;s:1:”1″;} be converted to urlencode()d or rawurlencode() like mentioned in this link: #null – If yes, what would be the php code to convert from serialized to urlencode()d / rawurlencode()? I am not a php expert but if you provide the php code, I know how to run it on my server to obtain the correct string and test it in the csv. Maybe it could work.
    I have to find a workaround to avoid having to edit every listing 1 by 1.

    Thanks again!