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2948           }
2949           update_post_meta($post_ID, '_wp_page_template',  $page_template);
2950      }
2951
2952      wp_transition_post_status($data['post_status'], $previous_status, $post);
2953
2954      if ( $update ) {
2955           do_action('edit_post', $post_ID, $post);
2956           $post_after = get_post($post_ID);
2957           do_action( 'post_updated', $post_ID, $post_after, $post_before);
2958      }
2959
2960      do_action( "save_post_{$post->post_type}", $post_ID, $post, $update );
2961      do_action( 'save_post', $post_ID, $post, $update );
2962      do_action( 'wp_insert_post', $post_ID, $post, $update );
2963
2964      return $post_ID;
2965 }
2966