Affects Version/s: 6.1.1 CE GA2, 6.1.20 EE GA2, 6.1.30 EE GA3, 6.2.0 CE M4, 6.2.0 CE B1
Environment:Git master ID: d6619761b1c3b02e8255f262d353f8fe23ec9842
1. mysql> SELECT * FROM `ExpandoRow`;
Observe there are no rows.
2. Control Panel > Custom Fields
3. Select Blog Entry
4. Enter a "Key" (e.g. Alpha)
5. Click Save
6. Control Panel > Blogs
7. Click Add
8. Enter anything you want for the "Title" and "Content". You can enter something for custom field, but it doesn't make a difference.
9. Click Publish
10. mysql> SELECT * FROM `ExpandoRow`;
Observe there is now a row for the newly created Blog entry.
11. For the blog entry you just created, select Move to the Recycle Bin from the Action menu
12. Control Panel > Recycle Bin
13. Click Empty the Recycle Bin
14. mysql> SELECT * FROM `ExpandoRow`;
Observe there is still an entry for the deleted blog entry.
This occurs for all custom fields and not just Blogs.