I am encountering this ISE error in my Standalone Lightning App. How can I translate this Error ID? Is there an error log or some other way I could check what exactly is wrong? Right now there is no way for me to find out what is wrong. I am new to lightning. Hence, any help/insight on this issue is much appreciated. Thank you!

  • you will have to contact sf support
    – Eric
    Nov 30, 2015 at 20:02
  • How can I contact sf support? Do you need a premium account for them to offer support?
    – LtngNewbie
    Nov 30, 2015 at 20:15
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    No. You can open a case by clicking on "Help" as long as it is not a free developer org. If it is a DE org then you are out of luck. They do not want to hear about bugs from developers who are not paying for a full license. If you are developing for a client have them submit a ticket
    – Eric
    Nov 30, 2015 at 20:17

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I looked up the error in our logs and here is the error message that is unfortunately not being surfaced to you (yes there is already a bug to fix that in the queue - no ETA yet):

org.auraframework.throwable.quickfix.InvalidDefinitionException: Invalid definition for apex://CLInstaller.LoanProductController: Access to entity loan__Fee_Set__c denied: null

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    Thanks for assisting the community with this. I wish it were always this easy! Good thing there is not Private Messaging here or your inbox would be flooded lol.
    – Eric
    Nov 30, 2015 at 21:30
  • Hello @Doug-Chasman, I wasn't sure if I should open new thread here but I'm also receiving this error from a managed packaged lightning component. The error code is this: An internal server error has occurred Error ID: 1288557852-29109 (-898570520) - can you also plz confirm if this is the same bug causing this error?
    – VarunC
    Dec 5, 2015 at 9:42
  • @doug-chasman - Has you been provided with any workarounds to handle this?
    – VarunC
    Dec 7, 2015 at 14:29
  • is this still there? :/ Jan 16, 2017 at 6:38
  • One cause of Invalid definition ... Access to entity ... denied can mean that the Trial license for the package the entity belongs to has expired.
    – Tim Lewis
    May 24, 2018 at 19:09

I've noticed when an exception is thrown in the related ApexController of the Lightning component we always get "Internal Server Error" error message. So I can suggest to surround your logic in Apex controller with try {} catch() and verify there are no errors in the server-side logic.

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