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I have an issue with a cli php script that I'm trying to execute. I want to add an article with custom fields.

The part where I add articles is working well, but when I add the code to load the article I just stored and set its custom fields values, there is the following error:

Call to undefined method AddArticle::getTemplate(): JLIB_APPLICATION_ERROR_INVALID_CONTROLLER

The error seems to be related to the following line:

$article_joom = JControllerLegacy::getInstance('Content')->getModel('Article')->getItem($article['id']);

I've tried to load the ContentLoader class because someone said it would help, but it didn't really change anything.

From what I've seen, I may not be able to use the JController on a cli script, but I haven't found another way to load articles.

  • What was the line # and file that called AddArtcile::getTemplate() ? – Irata Aug 8 at 1:06
  • @Irata In my script I created a class AddArticle extended to JApplicationCli. But never did I use any getTemplate method and the error doesn't give the name of a file or a line # . But I also get the following warning : Use of undefined constant JPATH_COMPONENT - assumed 'JPATH_COMPONENT' (this will throw an Error in a future version of PHP) in C:\xampp\htdocs\V2\libraries\src\MVC\Controller\BaseController.php on line 232 – Aymeric KEYEWA Aug 11 at 10:59
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Start by updating to the latest version of Joomla - 3.9.20 - if you're able to first.

A number of changes regarding JControllerLegacy were made in Joomla 3.8 (see https://github.com/joomla/joomla-cms/pull/13683) and so that is certainly worth investigating first.

Next take a look at this post which relates to calling JController from CLI Call Controller's Publish-Method from CLI or Helper

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