I have upgraded drupal 9 to drupal 10 and now while creating a content page or editing the existing content page it is throwing error in error logs

Drupal\Component\Plugin\Exception\PluginNotFoundException: The "node_type" plugin does not exist. Valid plugin IDs for Drupal\Core\Condition\ConditionManager are: gtag_domain, gtag_language, language, current_theme, request_path, user_role, webform, entity_bundle:block_content, entity_bundle:comment, entity_bundle:contact_message, entity_bundle:crop, entity_bundle:media, entity_bundle:menu_link_content, entity_bundle:node, entity_bundle:redirect, entity_bundle:taxonomy_term, entity_bundle:vote, entity_bundle:webform_submission, entity_bundle:paragraph in Drupal\Core\Plugin\DefaultPluginManager->doGetDefinition() (line 53 of /var/www/html/docroot/core/lib/Drupal/Component/Plugin/Discovery/DiscoveryTrait.php).

I've also researched a bit and found that node_type is removed from Drupal 10 and instead we write entity_bundle:node .

How can I solve this issue as it is coming while creating or editing node?

1 Answer 1


Search your config files and replace every occurrence of

id: node_type


id: entity_bundle:node

Import updated config and clear caches, and it should work.

  • It looks like pathauto has at least a partial fix (drupal.org/project/pathauto/issues/2925169), though that fix didn't catch all instances. This answer led me to a lingering instance. I'll need to look further into reproducing the issue and will update the d.o thread once I do. It also looks like several other modules took measures also to address their instances of the issue.
    – Kay V
    Commented Sep 28, 2023 at 18:20

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