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2544           $export_data = get_post_meta( $request_id, '_export_data_raw', true );
2545      }
2546
2547      // Now, merge the data from the exporter response into the data we have accumulated already.
2548      $export_data = array_merge( $export_data, $response['data'] );
2549      update_post_meta( $request_id, '_export_data_raw', $export_data );
2550
2551      // If we are not yet on the last page of the last exporter, return now.
2552      /** This filter is documented in wp-admin/includes/ajax-actions.php */
2553      $exporters        = apply_filters( 'wp_privacy_personal_data_exporters', array() );
2554      $is_last_exporter = $exporter_index === count( $exporters );
2555      $exporter_done    = $response['done'];
2556      if ( ! $is_last_exporter || ! $exporter_done ) {
2557           return $response;
2558      }
2559
2560      // Last exporter, last page - let's prepare the export file.
2561
2562      // First we need to re-organize the raw data hierarchically in groups and items.