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Call to a member function versionLanguageName() on a non-object

Call to a member function versionLanguageName() on a non-object

Thursday 15 January 2015 4:58:41 pm - 4 replies

Hi everybody!

Since a few days ago I started noticing that I have a problem loading the admin dashboard page.

When I access the page I get instead on screen the following error:

Fatal error: Call to a member function versionLanguageName() on a non-object in /var/www/vhosts/domainname.it/httpdocs/ezpublish_legacy/kernel/classes/ezcontentobjectversion.php on line 295 
Fatal error: The web server did not finish its request

While the error.log file returns the following debug information

[ Jan 15 2015 16:49:29 ] [xx.xxx.xxx.xx] eZContentObject::fetch:
Object not found (1712)
[ Jan 15 2015 16:49:29 ] [xx.xxx.xxx.xx] eZContentObject::fetch:
Object not found (1712)

Any idea how to fix this?

 

Friday 16 January 2015 7:49:48 am

Hello Lo' F.,

It sounds like content object corruption of some kind but I'm not 100% certain.

There is a similar issue which did not get the support it needed from the reporter, https://jira.ez.no/browse/EZP-20919 so it was never confirmed.

I would suggest filing a more complete issue ticket more details on exactly how to reproduce this issue.

If I was short of time, I might simply deleting the content object in question and try re-creating it.

What version of eZ Publish are you using?

I hope this helps!

Cheers,
Heath

Friday 16 January 2015 11:49:48 am

Sorry.. it looks like I always miss relevant details about my ez version which is Community Project 2014.7 ;P in legacy stack mode

Saturday 24 January 2015 12:29:43 am

Hello Lo' F,

You might be able to verify if the content object actually exists by using the admin and going to '/content/history/1712' to get the version history and other details about the object in question.

Again I think you have a corrupt object in your database and you may need to purge it to restore the admin.

Alternatively you could report your issue in greater (reproducible) detail to the issue tracker.

I hope this helps!

Cheers,
Heath 

Friday 30 January 2015 9:33:58 pm

Thank u Heath, your suggestion sounds right and was worth to test if I did not get rid already of that installation and moved to a new one. For that I am unable, right now, to provide any more details about that issue. But now I'll know from where to start if next time I'll bump in a problem like that again... blunk.gif Emoticon

Thanks!

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