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The problem will be in one of 3rd party extension which has pdf.xml file. To solve this problem, run ssh command and find all pdf.xml files in your project. After that, open each 3rd extensions pdf.xml file and check, do < total > have one of the following child: title, title_source_field, font_size, amount_prefix I fixed it by adding < title > tag. ...


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Adding on to what Andrew Taylor said, you can add the exportProcessor consumer (and others) to cron by adding the following to your app/etc/env.php file: 'cron_consumers_runner' => [ 'cron_run' => true, 'max_messages' => 20000, 'consumers' => [ 'async.operations.all', 'codegeneratorProcessor', ...


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Maybe the php version is changed?


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I have same this issue and found the cause, I've post the fix here: Maximum call stack size exceeded in magento2


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You need to review your app/etc/env.php to add ['db']['connection']['default'] part, ex: <?php return [ ... 'db' => [ 'table_prefix' => '', 'connection' => [ 'default' => [ 'host' => 'localhost', 'dbname' => 'magento_db', 'username' => 'root', 'password' => 'admin123', 'model' => 'mysql4', ...


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This issues is you missed some connection i think you missed app/etc/env.php file So, Please check the this link and may be help this link configuration for DB connection is absent And any query let me know...


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Have either of you made any progress with this error? This is the only post I have found stating this issue with ZEND. I have been stuck on this issue for a month or so now.


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Just to clarify: the reason is self explanatory, a column is missing in the database structure. First thing to do is to check is whether or not the sales upgrade script ran, to do so, you need to run the following on your database: select version from core_resource where code = "sales_setup"; First case: If the result is 1.6.0.9, that means the script ...


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Doesn't seems to be Magento related, but PHP related. The error says Permission denied, so the user executing the PHP code can't write on the PHP session path. As you mention nginx, I assume you're using php-fpm. Check your pool to see the user and group and verify if it matches the rights on the path /var/opt/remi/php72/lib/php/session Sometimes it also ...


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For me it was the case where a dependent module was disabled. I didn't have to enable all the modules php bin/magento module:status review the modules, and only enable what you think may be the cause


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in Magento 2.3x go to content->configuration -> your theme -> htmlhead in Scripts and Style Sheets remove done


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The problem is due to file changes in Magento 2.3.4, if you have customized module-checkout/view/frontend/web/js/view/summary/shipping.js, please compare the files with the core file and add those changes in your custom "view/summary/shipping.js" file.


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Try to debug in this class and see what elements it is referencing and then find those in your XML files - vendor/magento/framework/View/Layout/ScheduledStructure/Helper.php:184


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Try this app/bootstrap.php Replace #ini_set('display_errors', 1); To ini_set('display_errors', 1);


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Please run below command from your SSH terminal: composer require fooman/pdfcustomiser-m2:* --ignore-platform-reqs


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This is PHP version issue please run below command to avoid version issue composer require fooman/pdfcustomiser-m2 --ignore-platform-reqs


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I had exactly the same issue. I set a JS breakpoint in the line, which threw the error and looked at the attributes variable. There were multiple old attributes, which were migrated from M1. They lead to these issues. I simply deleted those old attributes in the database (table eav_attribute) and the error was gone.


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I also same problem below worked for me cd <your Magento install dir> find var generated vendor pub/static pub/media app/etc -type f -exec chmod g+w {} + find var generated vendor pub/static pub/media app/etc -type d -exec chmod g+ws {} + chown -R :www-data . // I used LEMP/LAMP chmod u+x bin/magento php bin/magento setup:di:compile // you can ...


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You should try to delete all data in two tables on Magento 2: eav_attribute_group and eav_attribute_set and re-install again


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You try this link may be help you. you change the savePaymentInformationAndPlaceOrder() function and see And Now you get the actual error and you should find the full exception in the exception.log file https://www.magebay.com/forum/show-error-checkout-magento-2-error-occurred-server-please-try/


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try this hope it works. <div class="gallery-placeholder _block-content-loading" data-gallery-role="gallery-placeholder"> <?php /* @escapeNotVerified */ $json=$block->getGalleryImagesJson(); $array = json_decode($json,true); foreach($array as $item) { $imgurl = $item['full']; echo '<img alt="main product ...


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You used image tag without src attribute. Change your line to : <?php echo "<img alt='main product photo' class='gallery-placeholder_image' src='".$imgurl['url']."' />"; ?> And also remove <br> tag after error line, as direct <br> tag inside PHP is not allowed. either remove or change it to : echo "<br>";


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replace below code hope it's work for you <div class="gallery-placeholder _block-content-loading" data-gallery-role="gallery-placeholder"> <?php /* @escapeNotVerified */ $json=$block->getGalleryImagesJson(); $array = json_decode($json,true); ?> <?php foreach($array as $item): ?> <?php $imgurl = $item['...


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