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ServiceNotFoundException for "spec_gatherer" on CiviCRM 5.55+ when hosting with Kinsta
with recent versions of CiviCRM (WordPress), I am getting fatal errors for all back-end/wp-admin requests, when hosting with Kinsta.com, related to an unhandled Service Not Found Exception within Civi....
Upgraded Joomla CiviCRM to 5.47.2, getting PreSaveSubscriber deprecated warnings; Symfony issue?
========== Updates ========== UPDATE1: I found in the CiviCRM 5.47.0 release notes: (REF) APIv4 - Deprecate and stop using PreSaveSubscriber (22648) The only code I've found that calls ...
Looking at Building CiviCRM extensions - Symfony info
It looks like Symfony is fairly capable of being integrated into Civi Extensions, but the documentation seems sparse. I am going through the Symfony docs/training but would like to see some good docs ...
Getting a strange error when visiting some pages on a D9 Civi 5.38 site related to Symfony container and flexmailer tokens
Here's the error I'm seeing: The website encountered an unexpected error. Please try again later. Symfony\Component\DependencyInjection\Exception\ServiceNotFoundException: The "...
Navigation & Extension issues Civi5.8.2 & Drupal8
Having installed a site with the latest versions of Drupal8 and CiviCRM, I connected it to a shared CiviCRM database. I followed the "full manual process" of David Snopek to successfully install ...
New Install Civi 5.4.0 getting Uncaught Symfony Rename Error and Blank Screen
I installed CiviCRM 5.4.0 locally under both Apache and IIS 6 (PHP 7.0) and did not get this error, but the every time I try to installing it using shared hosting (Everleap - IIS 8, PHP 7.0) the ...
Fatal error: Class 'Symfony\Component\DependencyInjection\ContainerBuilder' not found
On a 100% fresh Drupal 7.56/CiviCRM 4.7.22 install, after entering all the db info in the CiviCRM installer and clicking "Check Requirements and Install CiviCRM", I get the following error: Fatal ...
How do I examine the symfony event handlers that are active?
The API kernel uses a symfony event system at it's heart. How on earth do I find out where all those events are going?