MediaWiki  1.28.1
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28 abstract class DataUpdate implements DeferrableUpdate {
30  protected $ticket;
32  public function __construct() {
33  // noop
34  }
40  public function setTransactionTicket( $ticket ) {
41  $this->ticket = $ticket;
42  }
51  public static function runUpdates( array $updates ) {
52  foreach ( $updates as $update ) {
53  $update->doUpdate();
54  }
55  }
56 }
the array() calling protocol came about after MediaWiki 1.4rc1.
Interface that deferrable updates should implement.
mixed $ticket
Result from LBFactory::getEmptyTransactionTicket()
Definition: DataUpdate.php:30
static runUpdates(array $updates)
Convenience method, calls doUpdate() on every DataUpdate in the array.
Definition: DataUpdate.php:51
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Definition: DataUpdate.php:40
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