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I have created a table by using hook_update_N() function. After creation, if i am trying to insert data into table but it is not storing. Is there any thing else is there to do after creating table by using hook_update_N()..?

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  • Nope, creating it should do the trick. Please describe how you insert the data, and any error messages you see. – Free Radical Jun 19 '14 at 6:03
  • trying insert data by using node_save() function.. no error messages.. – Surender 32253 Jun 19 '14 at 6:38
  • Where have you placed the call to node_save()? – Free Radical Jun 19 '14 at 8:20
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If you're using drupal_write_record, be aware of this warning in the documentation

Do not use drupal_write_record() within hook_update_N() functions, since the database schema cannot be relied upon when a user is running a series of updates. Instead, use db_insert() or db_update() to save the record.

You should be using db_insert or db_update instead.

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You can not use node_save() inside the hook_update_N() function. You must first create the schema for your new table by running the update script. After having run the update script, use a DB manager such as phpMyAdmin to check that it has been created in the database.

Then, to use the schema, the node_save() function must to be called from your custom module, not from inside hook_update_N().

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