The “default” context does not exist.

Is there any symfony developer out there who never stumbled upon this dreadful error message? I doubt it. Recently, a lot of posts have been made on the user mailing list asking for explanations and fixes. A quick search on Google for the exact phrase even returns 480 results!

The reason for this error is quite simple though: It’s because you used sfContext::getInstance(). And you should never do that. Read the rest of this entry »

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