Account created on 9 September 2019, over 4 years ago
  • Backend Web Developer at Zoocha 

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#3 didn't work for me either, but this did: drush ev "\Drupal::service('extension.list.profile')->reset();"


I was having the same problem, but found the way to do this without a patch.

class MySalesforceSubscriber implements EventSubscriberInterface {

  public function onSalesforcePullEntityValue(SalesforcePullEntityValueEvent $event) {
    $value = $event->getEntityValue();
    if (is_null($value->getValue())) {

  public static function getSubscribedEvents() {
    return [
      SalesforceEvents::PULL_ENTITY_VALUE => ['onSalesforcePullEntityValue'],

You need to use setValue() and you don't need to pass by reference.

This is not clear, an example added to SalesforceExampleSubscriber would be helpful.
Also, should the pass by reference be removed from the __construct in SalesforcePullEntityValueEvent.php? As far as I can tell it does nothing.

Nice! I came across the same issue. I used a similar patch and it solved my problem. The only difference is when checking for an empty line, I copied the logic from L422. I'm not sure if there are situations where this will actually make a difference, but I'll upload it anyway.

The old commands are out of date for the latest versions of Open Social, based on

I have added the Version < 11 etc. lines to clarify the command usage.

D10 also requires Drush 11
I was hoping to use this module on our site, but it is already on PHP8 and Drush 11, so it is not compatible.

The code basically goes like this:

function my_module_node_update($node) {
  // Do some checks...
  // Do some stuff...
  drupal_register_shutdown_function('my_module_send_request', $node);

function my_module_send_request($node) {
  // Manually build up the page into a render array.
  $builder = Drupal::entityTypeManager()->getViewBuilder('node');
  $node_render_array = $builder->view($node, 'full');
  $build = [
    '#type' => 'html',
      'page' => [
        '#type' => 'page',
        '#title' => $node->label(),
        '#head_title' => [$node->label()],
        'content' => $node_render_array,

  return $build;

function my_module_preprocess_node(&$variables) {
  $view_id = 'watchdog';
  $display = 'page';
  if ($view = Views::getView($view_id)) {
    $preview = $view->preview();
    $variables['content']['glossary'] = $preview;
    $variables['display'] = $display;

The problem occurs in the renderPlain() when inside the preprocess node and executing/previewing the view. I have tried to tweak this so that it can work on a vanilla site, but I haven't tested it myself yet.

Also worth noting that we have another process that is calls my_module_send_request manually and it works fine. Which further points at the shutdown function being the 'problem'.

This next patch is more of a suggestion and not one I will be using on a production site (unless others approve it) as I am not confident of the consequences elsewhere on the site.

I have found the line which is causing the error and have reverted it to what it was on 9.5.3.

I was getting this error: Refused to execute script from '...' because its MIME type ('text/plain') is not executable, and strict MIME type checking is enabled.

This was on a .js file using the private file system. After applying patch #4, this is now getting the correct mime type and working as expected.

Drupal version: 9.5.3

Thanks @kevin.dutra

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