I tired to delete an extension and now getting:

There has been an error processing your request
Plugin class Aheadworks\OneStepCheckout\Plugin\App\FrontController\CoreBridgeInitializer doesn't exist

Deleted the files from /code directory Deleted associated databases. Deleted module from setup_module table. Deleted module entry from app/etc/config.php file.

Still this error is showing...

  • I'd suggest to text-search all your theme and /app/code/ folders for "CoreBridgeInitializer". Something must be calling this class which "doesn't exist" – Lez Jan 12 '18 at 22:57
  • See what I propose. Try to clear your Magento cache and system cache (where available) If you still have the same problem, try to find some third-party extension or custom which generate the link to extension plugin. Hope, I could help. – Tatyana Feb 14 '18 at 11:43

Try following commands:

php bin/magento setup:upgrade
php bin/magento setup:static-content:deploy
php bin/magento setup:di:compile
php bin/magento cache:flush
php bin/magento cache:clean

//To run command forcefully
php -f bin/magento <your command>

//To run command with memory limit 4G
php -d memory_limit=4G bin/magento <your command>

//To run command with max memory limit
php -d memory_limit=-1 bin/magento <your command>
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I came across this problem again and the solution from @PatrickOza did not work for me.

Plugin class doesn't exist error was occurring when trying to add a product.

I found that the module I was trying to remove, added attributes to the eav_attribute table.

I did a search with a wild card (Like %...%) on source_model column that contains anything related to the module and removed those rows. This solved my problem.

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For those who might be having a similar problem. I was getting this error:

Plugin class Magezon\Core\Plugin\View\Element\AbstractBlock doesn't exist                                                                               

Turns out the issue was due to the "case" of the containing folder.

In /app/code I had created a folder called "magezon" - it needed to be "Magezon" with a capital M.

Hope this helps someone down the road.

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