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Hello,

I installed CF2018 on Win2016 server and moved my code into it from CF9. Now I am receiving errors that I did not receive in CF9.

09:15:16.016 - Object Exception - in D:/Application.cfc : line 249

The getMetaData method was not found.

09:15:16.016 - Application Exception - in D:/Application.cfc : line 249

An exception occurred while calling the function getMetaData.

The line 249 refers to the <cfdump> tag in the following function in Application.cfm

<cffunction name="onError" returnType="void" output="false">

<cfargument name="exception" required="true">

<cfargument name="eventname" type="string" required="true">

        <cfset var errortext = "">

   

        <cfif isDefined("arguments.exception.rootCause") AND arguments.exception.rootCause IS "coldfusion.runtime.AbortException">

            <cfreturn/>

        </cfif>

            

<cfmail

to="me@company.com"

from="cf_server@company.com"

subject="ColdFusion request failed for #UCase(listlast(SESSION.curr_user,"\"))#"

type="html">

<p><strong>Error: <font color="red">#arguments.exception.message#</font></strong></p>   

        <strong>Time:</strong> #dateFormat(now(), "short")# #timeFormat(now(), "short")#<br>

        <strong>Error on page:</strong> http://#cgi.server_name##cgi.script_name#?#cgi.query_string#<br>

        <strong>Referrer:</strong> #cgi.HTTP_REFERER#   

    <p></p>

       <cfdump var="#arguments.exception#" label="Error">

</cfmail>

    <cfabort>

</cffunction>

Does anyone know how to fix it?

Thanks,

Eugene

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How to fix "getMetaData method was not found" error

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Hello,

I installed CF2018 on Win2016 server and moved my code into it from CF9. Now I am receiving errors that I did not receive in CF9.

09:15:16.016 - Object Exception - in D:/Application.cfc : line 249

The getMetaData method was not found.

09:15:16.016 - Application Exception - in D:/Application.cfc : line 249

An exception occurred while calling the function getMetaData.

The line 249 refers to the <cfdump> tag in the following function in Application.cfm

<cffunction name="onError" returnType="void" output="false">

<cfargument name="exception" required="true">

<cfargument name="eventname" type="string" required="true">

        <cfset var errortext = "">

   

        <cfif isDefined("arguments.exception.rootCause") AND arguments.exception.rootCause IS "coldfusion.runtime.AbortException">

            <cfreturn/>

        </cfif>

            

<cfmail

to="me@company.com"

from="cf_server@company.com"

subject="ColdFusion request failed for #UCase(listlast(SESSION.curr_user,"\"))#"

type="html">

<p><strong>Error: <font color="red">#arguments.exception.message#</font></strong></p>   

        <strong>Time:</strong> #dateFormat(now(), "short")# #timeFormat(now(), "short")#<br>

        <strong>Error on page:</strong> http://#cgi.server_name##cgi.script_name#?#cgi.query_string#<br>

        <strong>Referrer:</strong> #cgi.HTTP_REFERER#   

    <p></p>

       <cfdump var="#arguments.exception#" label="Error">

</cfmail>

    <cfabort>

</cffunction>

Does anyone know how to fix it?

Thanks,

Eugene

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I don't have an answer for your question, but I must say that CF9 => CF2018 is a HUGE jump.  You should be getting all kinds of errors with CF9 code, for a variety of reasons including (but not limited to) deprecated tags, deprecated/altered attributes and/or parameters, and just plain security issues.

You just might have a lot of code to rewrite in order to keep this site/app running under CF2018.

V/r,

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Thanks for reply. So far, this is the only message I am receiving after upgrade.

Since it referring to #arguments.exception#, is there a new way to report an error in 2018?

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I haven't worked with anything after CF11, so unfortunately can't help with that.  But hopefully someone with CF2018 experience will look in here and post some suggestions.

V/r,

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Oh, Eugene, that is weird. Is this construction perhaps the problem:

<cfmail>

    ...

    <cfdump var="#arguments.exception#" label="Error">

    ...

</cfmail>?

Try this:

<cfsavecontent variable="errorDump" >

<cfdump var="#arguments.exception#" label="Error">

</cfsavecontent>

<cfmail>

    ...

    #errorDump#

    ...

</cfmail>

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Just tried that and ... have the same errors

<cffunction name="onError" returnType="void" output="true">

<cfargument name="exception" required="true">

<cfargument name="eventname" type="string" required="true">

<cfset var errortext = "">

<!--- Display error to user --->

<img src="../../IMAGES/SiteError.gif" width="750" height="150" alt="Site Error" border="0">

<p></p>

Error: <cfoutput><strong>#arguments.exception.message#</strong></cfoutput><br />

Error details were sent to the application administrator.<br />

<p></p>

<a href="<cfoutput>#CGI.http_referer#</cfoutput>">Go Back</a> 

  

<cfsavecontent variable="errortext">

<cfoutput>

Time: #dateFormat(now(), "short")# #timeFormat(now(), "short")#<br />

Error on page: http://#cgi.server_name##cgi.script_name#?#cgi.query_string#<br />

Referrer: #cgi.HTTP_REFERER#

<cfdump var="#arguments.exception#" label="Error">

</cfoutput>

</cfsavecontent>

<cfmail to="epipko@unionbay.com"

from="cf_server@unionbay.com"

subject="ColdFusion request failed for #UCase(listlast(SESSION.curr_user,"\"))#"

type="html">

#errortext#

</cfmail>

</cffunction>

Exceptions

13:16:09.009 - Object Exception - in D:/Application.cfc : line 279

         The getMetaData method was not found. 

13:16:09.009 - Application Exception - in D:/Application.cfc : line 279

         An exception occurred while calling the function getMetaData. 

13:16:09.009 - Object Exception - in D:/Application.cfc : line 279

         The getMetaData method was not found. 

13:16:09.009 - Application Exception - in D:/Application.cfc : line 279

         An exception occurred while calling the function getMetaData. 

13:16:09.009 - Object Exception - in D:/Application.cfc : line 279

         The getMetaData method was not found. 

13:16:09.009 - Application Exception - in D:/Application.cfc : line 279

         An exception occurred while calling the function getMetaData.

Line 279 refers to this:

<cfdump var="#arguments.exception#" label="Error">

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That is not what I suggested. When you embed cfdump within cfoutput, you're repeating what my example was trying to avoid.

Try this:

<cfsavecontent variable="errortext">

<cfoutput>

    Time: #dateFormat(now(), "short")# #timeFormat(now(), "short")#<br />

    Error on page: http://#cgi.server_name##cgi.script_name#?#cgi.query_string#<br />

    Referrer: #cgi.HTTP_REFERER#

</cfoutput>

<cfdump var="#arguments.exception#" label="Error">

</cfsavecontent>

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changed it to

<cfsavecontent variable="errortext">

<cfoutput>

Time: #dateFormat(now(), "short")# #timeFormat(now(), "short")#<br />

Error on page: http://#cgi.server_name##cgi.script_name#?#cgi.query_string#<br />

Referrer: #cgi.HTTP_REFERER#

<!---<cfdump var="#arguments.exception#" label="Error">--->

</cfoutput>

<cfdump var="#arguments.exception#" label="Error">

</cfsavecontent>

and still getting same errors referring to <cfdump var="#arguments.exception#" label="Error">

Exceptions

14:00:25.025 - Object Exception - in D:/UB_CF_APPS/PROD/Application.cfc : line 281

         The getMetaData method was not found. 

14:00:25.025 - Application Exception - in D:/UB_CF_APPS/PROD/Application.cfc : line 281

         An exception occurred while calling the function getMetaData.

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This makes me think that something might have gone awry during the installation.  getMetaData should be available.

V/r,

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Hmmm, odd. What happens when you run the following CFM page. It contains just 1 line.

testpage.cfm

<cfdump var="#server#">

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Does the following workaround work?

<cfsavecontent variable="errortext">

<cfoutput>

    Time: #dateFormat(now(), "short")# #timeFormat(now(), "short")#<br />

    Error on page: http://#cgi.server_name##cgi.script_name#?#cgi.query_string#<br />

    Referrer: #cgi.HTTP_REFERER#

</cfoutput>

<cfscript>

writedump(var="#arguments.exception#", label="Error");

</cfscript>

</cfsavecontent>

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<cfdump var="#server#"> works just fine

the workaround using <cfscript> does not work: shows same errors

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Let's eliminate any effects from the argument. What about this test:

<cfsavecontent variable="errortext">

<cfoutput>

Time: #dateFormat(now(), "short")# #timeFormat(now(), "short")#<br />

Error on page: http://#cgi.server_name##cgi.script_name#?#cgi.query_string#<br />

Referrer: #cgi.HTTP_REFERER#

</cfoutput>

<cfdump var="#server#" label="server">

</cfsavecontent>

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I did not get the same error this time!

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Oh! What did you get?

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Search your code for any illegal call to getMetaData().

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So the dump works. At least in the case <cfdump var="#server#">

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Yes, <cfdump> works fine, but not for some reason it won't dump #arguments.exception#

Not sure I know how to find illegal calls to GetMetadata()

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EugenePipko  wrote

Not sure I know how to find illegal calls to GetMetadata()

Most text editors can search your entire code for the word getMetadata.

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OK. That was that then.

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Exceptions

15:19:49.049 - Object Exception - in D:/UB_CF_APPS/PROD/Application.cfc : line 279

         The getMetaData method was not found. 

15:19:49.049 - Application Exception - in D:/UB_CF_APPS/PROD/Application.cfc : line 279

         An exception occurred while calling the function getMetaData.

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And what happens when you test the division-by-zero page against this:

<cffunction name="onError">

   <cfargument name="exception" required=true>

   <cfargument name = "eventName" type="string" required=true>

      <cfdump var="#arguments.exception#" label="arguments.exception">

</cffunction>

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Exceptions

15:40:30.030 - Object Exception - in D:/UB_CF_APPS/PROD/Application.cfc : line 280

         The getMetaData method was not found. 

15:40:30.030 - Application Exception - in D:/UB_CF_APPS/PROD/Application.cfc : line 280

         An exception occurred while calling the function getMetaData. 

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It's just gone past 1 AM here so I'm taking a break. I shall be back later in the morning.

In the meantime you could

1) investigate further with

<cftry>

<cfsavecontent variable="errortext">

<cfoutput>

    Time: #dateFormat(now(), "short")# #timeFormat(now(), "short")#<br />

    Error on page: http://#cgi.server_name##cgi.script_name#?#cgi.query_string#<br />

    Referrer: #cgi.HTTP_REFERER#

</cfoutput>

<cfdump var="#arguments.exception#" label="Error">

</cfsavecontent>

<cfcatch type="any">

    <cfdump var="#cfcatch#" label="cfcatch">

</cfcatch>

</cftry>

2) Report a bug, referring it to this forum page.

3) Reinstall ColdFusion 2018, Update 2

Good luck!

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If you choose to investigate further, please share the contents of your Application.cfc. If it contains sensitive information, send it by private messaging.

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What happens if you just <cfdump var="#arguments#" label="arguments" />?  Instead of targeting just arguments.exception, dump the whole arguments scope.

V/r,

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Do you know, what exception is thrown? Do you throw the exception yourself using cfthrow?

I very quickly tried your sample. I copied your onError method to an otherwise empty Application.cfc and filled the session variable with a constant 0 .

I created an exception using cfthrow and got the mail as expected.

I used ColdFusion 2018 in a CommandBox setup. I guess it's already been updated to the most recent version - Update 2.

I'm not sure if getMetaData exists for every datatype. Therefore I assume your exception contains some data that's usually not contained in an exception.

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I tried the same thing: copied onError method to an empty Application.cfm

Received the same error

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Back to basics. To get onError to run, an exception had to be triggered somewhere. So, in your tests, how did you get onError to run every time?

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You're right, I have another issue with <CFPRINT> not working, so I am using the page I have with that tag in it to trigger an error

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EugenePipko  wrote

You're right, I have another issue with <CFPRINT> not working, so I am using the page I have with that tag in it to trigger an error

Ignore the cfprint page for a moment. What happens when you test the onError by running this page:

testpage.cfm

<!--- this causes a division-by-zero exception --->

<cfset x= 1/0 >

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Eugene, before digging any further than you guys have, note that your error (which is indeed unusual) could be because of an error during your having applied a CF update.

So can you confirm first simply if you applied any updates once you moved to CF2016? If so, can you confirm if the last update you did had any errors?

See the cfusion\hf-updates folder, for that last update. Then see the last install log in that folder. And near the top of that log will be a table counting successes and errors. Any errors? 

If so, see a blog post I have about the many things that can go amiss during updates, and how to recover:

https://www.carehart.org/blog/client/index.cfm/2016/9/6/solve_common_problems_with_CF_updates_in_10_...

If that's not it, you would agree that if you remove the cfdump of the arguments.exception scope, the error goes away, right? And what if you do a structlist(arguments.exception)? Maybe what's in there is at issue. You could then dump the keys within that, one at a time (like arguments.exception.message, and so on), to see which it really fails on. That may help you to know WHERE specifically the failure of getmetadata is, then perhaps you can tackle the why and how.

/Charlie (server troubleshooter, carehart.org)

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Charlie,

Update_1 was installed and I cannot find anything wrong (by looking into .log file). All entries show Status: SUCCESSFUL

I like what you proposed: list of the keys of argument.exception(), but I am not sure how to do so.

structlist(arguments.exception)

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Eugene, how did things turn out?

 

BTW, in case anyone else gets to this point and may have the same question (about checking if any recent CF update you applied had errors), where I asked to check the update log, it's not the phrase "sucessful" you should look for, but "successes". As I explain in my blog post (that I point to), there's a table near the top of the log, that tracks successes and errors. That's what you want to see 0 errors.

 

As for how to "list of the keys of argument.exception()", I see I had said structlist, but I meant structkeylist, as in structkeylist(arguments.exception). And when I said to loop over what's in that, you could do that (old-school) with something like this. It's not perfect (and you could wrap a try catch around it to catch when it may fail because of nested objects). The point is that you may find WHERE it fails, within the current dump you do of that exception struct:

<cfloop item="x" collection="#arguments.exception#">
	<cfoutput>
	<b>#x#</b> - 
	<cfif isobject(arguments.exception[x])>
		<cfdump var="#arguments.exception[x]#">
	<cfelse>
		#arguments.exception[x]#
	</cfif>
	<br>
	</cfoutput>
</cfloop>

 

/Charlie (server troubleshooter, carehart.org)

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Hi EugenePipko,

You were indeed on to something. It was a ColdFusion bug.

I reported it in Tracker, and it has been fixed.

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BKBK, thanks for the news (and the effort). And you've confirmed the fix, it seems, right? (There's no indication in the bug report.) If so, great. 

 

Can you confirm if it was update 10 of cf2018 that adds that fix, perhaps? Again that's not clear from the bug report, which indicates only that it's closed, with the  "fixed in build" number. While that number is less than the build number of 10 and above that of 9, the tracker id itself is not listed in the "bugs fixed" for update 10, at 

https://helpx.adobe.com/coldfusion/kb/coldfusion-2018-update-10.html. 

 

Not hassling you here. Just wanting to clarify for any wanting to see the benefit of this fix. Or must they request a special hot fix jar for now, do you know? Again, thx. 

 

/Charlie (server troubleshooter, carehart.org)

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Hi Charlie,

I don't know whether there is a JAR available for the fix. Like you, all I know is the information published on Tracker, namely:

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