Tag Archives: Magento 2

magento 2 unable to unserialize value

Open the file \vendor\magento\framework\Serialize\Serializer\json.php and replace the function unserialize() with the below

public function unserialize($string) {
/* Added the following if clause to resolve the issue */
if($this->is_serialized($string)){
$string = $this->serialize($string);
}
$result = json_decode($string, true);
if (json_last_error() !== JSON_ERROR_NONE) {
throw new \InvalidArgumentException('Unable to unserialize value.');
}
return $result;
}

Also add the following function as well

function is_serialized($value, &$result = null) {
// Bit of a give away this one
if (!is_string($value))
{
return false;
}
// Serialized false, return true. unserialize() returns false on an
// invalid string or it could return false if the string is serialized
// false, eliminate that possibility.
if ($value === 'b:0;')
{
$result = false;
return true;
}
$length = strlen($value);
$end = '';
switch ($value[0])
{
case 's':
if ($value[$length - 2] !== '"')
{
return false;
}
case 'b':
case 'i':
case 'd':
// This looks odd but it is quicker than isset()ing
$end .= ';';
case 'a':
case 'O':
$end .= '}';
if ($value[1] !== ':')
{
return false;
}
switch ($value[2])
{
case 0:
case 1:
case 2:
case 3:
case 4:
case 5:
case 6:
case 7:
case 8:
case 9:
break;
default:
return false;
}
case 'N':
$end .= ';';
if ($value[$length - 1] !== $end[0])
{
return false;
}
break;
default:
return false;
}
if (($result = @unserialize($value)) === false)
{
$result = null;
return false;
}
return true;
}
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Magento 2: setup upgrade error “We can’t find the role for the user you wanted”

open the file
vendor/magento/module-authorization/Model/Acl/AclRetriever.php and replaced the below code

if (!$role) {
throw new AuthorizationException(
__('We can\'t find the role for the user you wanted.')
);
}
$allowedResources = $this->getAllowedResourcesByRole($role->getId());

with

if (!$role) {
$allowedResources = array();
}

and revert it on sucess.

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magento 2 increase session timeout

  • Log in to Magento using your administrator account.
    In the left sidebar, click Stores, and then under Settings, click Configuration.
  • Click Advanced, and then click Admin.
    Under Security, in the Admin Session Lifetime (seconds) text box,
  • type the session timeout interval in seconds that you want to use. For example, a value of 1200 sets a timeout interval of 20 minutes.
  • Click Save Config.
  • Log out of Magento, and then log back in. The new session timeout interval is now active.
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Magento 2 Observers

Observers are the particular classes that control the general behavior, performance, or change in the business logic of the store. They are executed whenever a specific event for which they were set to listen is triggered.

To create an observer in Magento 2, you must place your class file under the ModuleRoot/Observer directory. The observer class file should use Magento\Framework\Event\Observer and Magento\Framework\Event\ObserverInterface class and define the executive function.

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Magento 2 Events

Events are dispatched by Magento 2 modules whenever specific actions are triggered. When an event dispatches, it passes data to the observer that is configured to watch (or monitor) that event. You can dispatch Magento 2 Events using the Magento\Framework\Event\Manager class. This class can be obtained through dependency injection by defining the dependency in the constructor method of the class.

To dispatch an event, you have to call the dispatch function of the event manager class, providing the name of the event along with an array of data that you wish to deliver to observers.

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