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We have recently updated magento from 2.2.3 to 2.3.1 using composer (with automated script), it went though fine but we get following error on indexing:

Catalog Search indexer process unknown error: SQLSTATE[42S22]: Column not found: 1054 Unknown column 'e.category_ids' in 'field list', query was: SELECT e.entity_id, e.type_id, e.category_ids, e.sku FROM catalog_product_entity AS e INNER JOIN catalog_product_website AS website ON website.product_id = e.entity_id AND website.website_id = 1 INNER JOIN catalog_product_entity_int AS visibility_default ON visibility_default.entity_id= e.entity_id AND visibility_default.attribute_id = '99' AND visibility_default.store_id = 0 LEFT JOIN catalog_product_entity_int AS visibility_store ON visibility_store.entity_id= e.entity_id AND visibility_store.attribute_id = '99' AND visibility_store.store_id = '1' INNER JOIN catalog_product_entity_int AS status_default ON status_default.entity_id= e.entity_id AND status_default.attribute_id = '97' AND status_default.store_id = 0 LEFT JOIN catalog_product_entity_int AS status_store ON status_store.entity_id= e.entity_id AND status_store.attribute_id = '97' AND status_store.store_id = '1' WHERE (IF(visibility_store.value_id > 0, visibility_store.value, visibility_default.value) IN (3, 2, 4)) AND (IF(status_store.value_id

0, status_store.value, status_default.value) IN (1)) AND (e.entity_id > 0) AND (e.entity_id < 501) ORDER BY e.entity_id ASC LIMIT 500

we are using ElasticSearch.

any suggestions? please.

Thanks

  • Looks like something has not updated properly. Category_ids is not present in that table in my version of 2.3.1. Maybe set error reporting to full in PHP. You can do this by adding error_reporting(E_ALL); ini_set('display_errors', 1); into you index.php file and app/bootstrap.php – Anthony May 9 at 5:17
  • I tired to run indexing from command line and it gave the above exception log even after adding error_reporting(E_ALL); ini_set('display_errors', 1); nothing in system.log, exception.log or error.log – Sajid May 9 at 18:31
  • Normally gives you the file that is the issue – Anthony May 10 at 0:02
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I was able to fix it by running setup:upgrade again.

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