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How would I call CRM_Core_I18n_Schema::rebuildMultilingualSchema($locales, NULL); from the command line? Minor upgrade seems to have had an insignificant DB error and this line did not get called.

Coming from: CRM/Upgrade/Incremental/php/FourSeven.php line 654 Wordpress, CiviCRM 4.7.10

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The command cv (https://github.com/civicrm/cv) provides helpers for running PHP code via CLI. For example, to run a single line of PHP code, you might say:

cd web-root
cv ev 'CRM_Core_I18n_Schema::rebuildMultilingualSchema(array(...), NULL);'

The snippet you posted involves a variable $locales which isn't defined here. If you know the intended content (e.g. maybe array('en_US')) then you could plug that in directly.

Alternatively, maybe you could call that particular upgrade function addHelpPreAndHelpPostFieldsPriceFieldValue() directly. (This is not always going to work; it's a case-by-case judgment looking the substance of the function.) If it's appropriate, then:

cd web-root
cv ev '$u = new CRM_Upgrade_Incremental_php_FourSeven(); $u->addHelpPreAndHelpPostFieldsPriceFieldValue(NULL);'

More generally, you could copy the desired code out of CRM/Upgrade/Incremental/php/FourSeven.php and put it in a new file (my-upgrade-fix.php). Hack the code as desired and then run:

cd web-root
cv scr my-upgrade-fix.php
  • There's also an interactive shell based on psysh.org -- you can run it with cv cli. It should work nicely on most Linux systems. (Although the CLI experience may not be as nice elsewhere -- on MAMP, it's missing some PHP extensions to support tab-keys, arrow-keys, etc.) – Tim Otten Aug 25 '16 at 19:16
  • WOW! Seriously helpful! Thank you. I've been up/down/all around the forums and wiki for multiple different things and there's still tons of little nuggets like this. – G H Aug 25 '16 at 19:18

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