You all know that feeling (well, I hope you do!) that when a spike in traffic occurs on your WordPress site, that the miniature server you have it running on very quickly runs out of resources. Apache’s good like that. Taking up all the resources with its large number of processes consuming oodles of memory […]
So in my last post, I talked about adding an attribute using an installer, as opposed to adding it through the admin panel. This would give you the ability to enforce the addition of an attribute if your code depends on it. However, my last code snippet adds the given attribute as a system attribute, thus “infecting” every attribute set, and not making it removable (or making it a right nightmare to remove from all sets except the one you want). Anyway, here’s a resolution.
I had to do a modification for a Magento install that required the use of adding a multi-select attribute. Most other people would just add the attribute by hand and forget about it, but I’m one for making the upgrade process easy. However, the Magento developers don’t seem to want you to know about it […]