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0 - Call to a member function get() on null

5 years 5 months ago #22973 by kenman
Hello, I have the following problem after a Joomla update, that I can not create a menu with contact form. The problem is that the LInk displays a failure message:
0 - call to a member function get () on null
What can be the reason?
CE has been updated!

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5 years 5 months ago #22974 by support
Dear kenman,

That's odd. Can you please st Error reporting to Maximum and enable System debug in Joomla Global Configuration, try again and post the complete error description (including file and line number) and the call stack?

PS: For security reasons, just remove the path to Joomla from the post.

Best regards,

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