TYPO3 Exception 1294587217¶
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The page is not configured! [type=x].¶
No PAGE object defined for type=x¶
This happens if you forget the line
page = PAGE
typeNum = x from the error message, with
0 being the default)
in the Setup field of your TypoScript record.
When you see this error, a TypoScript template is already there. In the backend go to the page with that TypoScript template. Most probably it is on the root page of your website; that is the one directly below the very first page, below the one with the TYPO3 logo next to it. Use the “Template” module to have a look at the template located at that page.
Use the Template module to modify that template: Select the “Info/Modify” screen from the drop-down box at the top. Then click on the pencil icon next to the word “Setup” and replace what you have in the Setup field with the following lines:
# Default PAGE object: page = PAGE # Define output for typeNum=0, the default type. page.typeNum = 0 page.10 = TEXT page.10.value = HELLO WORLD!
Save the template and open the page in the frontend. You should see the words “HELLO WORLD!”.
Another possibility is that you are trying to access a page with an
undefined page type. E.g.
example.org/?type=123, but you do not
(page).typeNum = 123 defined in your TypoScript template.
Using broken TypoScript¶
#. Default PAGE object: page = PAGE page. 10 = TEXT page. 10.value = HELLO WORLD!
Removing the spaces and adding line breaks leads to a page running fine without the error.
You forgot to include the bootstrap_package static template.