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I am getting the following error during setup:upgrade:
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SQLSTATE[42S22]: Column not found: 1054 Unknown column 'entity_id' in 'NEW', query was: CREATE TRIGGER trg_catalog_product_entity_int_after_insert AFTER INSERT ON catalog_product_entity_int FOR EACH ROW

Can anyone please help me to know how to resolve this error.
Thanks in advance.

  • are u devloping a custom module?? – Waqar Ali Aug 30 at 6:47
  • No, actually I disabled some of the modules of enterprise edition and run setup:upgrade command. – Flying Finner Aug 30 at 7:15
  • maybe you have disabled any core module which in used in another module so don't disable core module.. – Waqar Ali Aug 30 at 7:16
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  • Please check the module which throws this error.
  • Check its update/upgrade scripts.
  • Try to disable a module if it's not necessary.
  • Check DB integrity. (the module may expect that the column exists)
  • Try to downgrade the module version in module_setup table and see which version adds the column in the setup script/patch and run setup:upgrade again
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Some modules have a folder called Setup. The files in Setup modify the database in some way and are run during magento setup:upgrade.

In your case if you have a new installation make sure you have an available database server and that it is accessible. Also check that app/etc/env.php reference that server.

If you had a working installation then check any newly installed modules. You can disable them with magento module:disable module_name and then run magento setup:upgrade to see if it works better.

You could also search for the error in the code but 'entity_id' and 'NEW' is just too common. If you have more information it would be easier to give an advice.

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