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I have created a script which will create the pages and it should be unpublished.
I have added the status as unpublished by default while first time saving the page as below.
$hotelPage->hotel_website = $hotel['hotelWebsite']; // By default page created will be unpublished state $hotelPage->addStatus(Page::statusUnpublished); $hotelPage->save(); $hotelPage->setOutputFormatting(false); // Add hotel images only after setting output formatting to false $hotelPage->images->add($hotel['hotelImage']); $hotelPage->save(); On the same time, saving the hotel image as well and triggering the save method.
But when I see the created page in the tree, Its shows unpublished but publish_date is not empty(date will be present as created, modified and published are all same)
Now I don't understand why the date is getting filled into the publish field for a page?
Please let me know if am doing something wrong.
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