Igor Kromin |   Consultant. Coder. Blogger. Tinkerer. Gamer.

I've created a new Silex controller, all the setup for it seemed fine, but for some reason it wasn't working. Every time I accessed a route for that controller, I got an error stating that the $request argument wasn't provided, like so...
silex_reqerr.png


Here's a more detailed exception stack trace...
 Exception
Whoops, looks like something went wrong.
(1/1) RuntimeException
Controller "PCS\PcsDownloadController::initDownload()" requires that you provide a value for the "$request" argument. Either the argument is nullable and no null value has been provided, no default value has been provided or because there is a non optional argument after this one.
in ArgumentResolver.php (line 78)
at ArgumentResolver->getArguments(object(Request), array(object(PcsDownloadController), 'initDownload'))
in HttpKernel.php (line 145)
at HttpKernel->handleRaw(object(Request), 1)
in HttpKernel.php (line 68)
at HttpKernel->handle(object(Request), 1, true)
in Application.php (line 496)
at Application->handle(object(Request))
in Application.php (line 477)
at Application->run()
in store.php (line 21)
at require('/Volumes/Data HD/Personal/_git/travelblog.ws/marketting/pcs/store.php')
in setup.php (line 147)


After some debugging it turned out that I was missing the following line from my controller class:
 PHP
use Symfony\Component\HttpFoundation\Request;




It was as simple as that!

-i

Please leave your comments or feedback below!
comments powered by Disqus
Other posts you may like...
Hi! You can search my blog here ⤵
Or browse the recent top tags...

Recent Blog Posts

How to stop macOS adding shadows to window screenshots

How to run Atari Lynx games on the SNES Classic Mini

Maven dependency scopes with relation to WAR file packaging and the WEB-INF/lib directory

Hacking the Sonoff B1 WiFi LED bulb to run custom firmware

What does an idle WebLogic server run on the hour to cause a CPU spike

How to open the Sonoff B1 wifi LED bulb to access its internal circuitry

Australian release SNES mini classic unboxing and a quick play through

Troubleshooting high CPU usage for JVM threads

How to fix WebLogic high CPU usage due to a corrupted file store

Mini review of the Sonoff B1 WiFi light bulb

Recent Galleries

Atari Lynx repair - Part 5 - McWill LED screen mod installation

Atari Lynx repair - Part 4 - screen cover replacement

Atari Lynx repair - Part 2 - re-capping the motherboard

Atari Lynx repair - Part 3 - broken speaker replacement

Atari Lynx repair - Part 1 - introduction and case disassembly

Building a custom Atari Lynx game box storage shelf unit in a day

Protecting old Atari Lynx game boxes with snug fit plastic sleeves

Monument Valley 2 is released and does not disappoint

Space Food - Chocolate Ice Cream with Chocolate Chips

Legeod Star Wars AT-DP kit

Blogs and Friends

Matt Moores Blog
Georgi's FlatPress Guide
Perplexing Permutations
The Security Sleuth
Ilia Rogatchevski
Travelling Fairy

Blog Activity

Blog Activity