I just saw this when setting up a new drupal site, when doing to my custom profile edit page.. ?

warning: Missing argument 1 for views_handler_argument::get_value(), called in /var/www/pinthead/iphone1/sites/all/modules/signup/signup.module on line 1718 and defined in /var/www/pinthead/iphone1/sites/all/modules/views/handlers/views_handler_argument.inc on line 795.

I did a search and found something similar reported but not with signup.module nore this line number..

function in question

signup module

  return $user->uid == $view->argument[$argument_name]->get_value();

views code

   * Get the value of this argument.
  function get_value($values, $field = NULL) {
    // If we already processed this argument, we're done.
    if (isset($this->argument)) {
      return $this->argument;

any thoughts for 6.x?

views guys seems to have punted it over here .. ?




ayukko’s picture

Issue tags:+views arguments

Weird indeed.

I am having exactly the same issue with a module that was working fine till today and it is happening in all environments. In my case, the lines it complaints about are

$this->query->add_where($group, '{leaguesite_match}.home_team = '.$this->get_value());
$this->query->add_where($group, '{leaguesite_match}.away_team = '.$this->get_value());

I have recently upgraded to the 5th April dev version of views 6.3. I have upgraded dev env today to the 12nd April dev and the warning message persists.

I am no programmer but I am going to research further on this. If I find anything of interest I will post it here.

ayukko’s picture

I have downgraded to an older dev version (6.3 01/12/11)of views and now it is working fine.

SchwebDesign’s picture

subscribing same issue here.

gateway69’s picture

yea we are getting the brush off.. hmmm.. wonder what the combo is for this and why its happening.

muriqui’s picture

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Views changed the function signature for get_value() on arguments in 3.x, so it can't be called without parameters anymore. Simple solution in this case is to pass a NULL, like so:

return $user->uid == $view->argument[$argument_name]->get_value(NULL);

Attached patches fix it for 6.x-1.x, 6.x-2.x, and 7.x-1.x.

mattcasey’s picture

The fix in #5 worked for me

inky3d’s picture

the fix in #5 seems to have worked for me too - thanks!

justageek’s picture

Yeah,so this makes no sense whatsoever, Views 3 now requires to arguments in the get_value method of the views_handler_argument class, but the method does not use either one of those 2 required arguments. Are they coding for the future?

justageek’s picture

The current production version of Views 3 fixes this issue so you don't have to muck with signup.module code.