I did a core update from drupal 8.27 to 8.3.2 i am getting error

Drupal\Component\Plugin\Exception\PluginNotFoundException: The "integer" plugin does not exist. in Drupal\Core\Plugin\DefaultPluginManager->doGetDefinition()

What might be causing it and how can i get rid of this error.

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adityaj created an issue. See original summary.

yash_khandelwal’s picture

Priority: Normal » Major
cilefen’s picture

@adityaj We need a little more information. Did /update.php proceed without errors? What action is taken that triggers the error?

aaronbauman’s picture

"drush up" from Drupal 8.2.7 to 8.3.5 exhibited this error.

many of the update procedures ran smoothly, but drupal is choking with the following updates pending:

system module :
Update entity displays to contain the region for each field.
Force caches using hashes to be cleared (Twig, render cache, etc.).
Force plugin definitions to be cleared. @see https:www.drupal.orgnode2802663

user module :
Enforce order of role permissions.

views module :
Rebuild caches to ensure schema changes are read in.

I've run updb 3 times.

The full error message is:

Failed: Drupal\Component\Plugin\Exception\PluginNotFoundException: The "integer" plugin does not exist. in [error]
Drupal\Core\Plugin\DefaultPluginManager->doGetDefinition() (line 52 of
~/core/lib/Drupal/Component/Plugin/Discovery/DiscoveryTrait.php).

adityaj’s picture

@cilefen steps to recreate error "integer plugin not found" in step #3

adityaj’s picture

Priority: Major » Critical
adityaj’s picture

nicrodgers’s picture

For those who are getting this after running drush updb, have you also ran drush entup? If not, try running drush entup and then drush updb again.

adityaj’s picture

@nicrodgers

I did try entup too and then drush updb and getting same error

adityaj’s picture

When i do a fresh install of drupal 8.27 and update to 8.35 i don't get any error. Above error is in existing site which is already configured and have multiple contributed module installed

cilefen’s picture

xjm’s picture

It's really hard to diagnose errors like this without more specific steps to reproduce the problem. Try documenting things like your installed contributed modules, database, PHP version, etc. so that you and others encountering the error can see if there's a common thread.

xjm’s picture