[development] Drupal Trivia: The Lost Columns.

Peter Wolanin pwolanin at gmail.com
Sat Sep 15 00:32:05 UTC 2007

users.mode stores the comment display mode in the case that you allow
each user to set their own (e.g. threaded vs. flat, etc).

node_type.modified is intially FALSE, and then is set to TRUE in
function node_type_form_submit(), so it seems to be a flag to indicate
that the user has edited the node type.  It's not clear that it's
actually used anywhere.


On 9/14/07, Barry Jaspan <barry at jaspan.org> wrote:
> Over at http://drupal.org/node/164983 we're trying to add
> documentation to every table and field in the schema
> structure.  Schema.module uses this to print a cross-linked
> description of every table.
> Who wants to demonstrate their master of Drupal-dom by telling us
> what these table columns are for?
> node_type.modified
> permission.tid
> users.mode
> users.sort
> users.threshold
> If this seems like fun, feel free to grab one of the few remaining
> modules whose tables are undocumented.  Instructions are in the issue.
> openid
> profile
> search
> system
> Thanks!
> Barry

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