ArgumentError (Before process_action callback has not been defined)

I am updating from rails 4.1.7 to 5.1.5 and ruby 2.1.2 to 2.5.3.

I have been reading the rails upgrade guide, but I’m having an issue that I might not fully understand what is going on or have missed something somewhere.

I keep getting “ArgumentError (Before process_action callback :method_name_here has not been defined)” when it hasn’t been an issue before and

I can confirm that it was getting fired (and working) in 4.1.7.

My setup:

class ApplicationController < ActionController::Base
protect_from_forgery with: :exception

before_action :customer_check

private
def customer_check
# Some checks are here…
end
end

class OrdersController < ApplicationController
skip_before_action :customer_check, :only => [:new, :submit]
def new
end
def submit
end

…code…

end

class OrderFormController < OrdersController

skip_before_action :customer_check

…code…

class OrderForm::CompanyController < OrderFormController

skip_before_action :customer_check

def update

end

…code…

end

class OrderForm::RoutingController < OrderFormController

skip_before_action :customer_check

def update

end

…code…

end

end

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As you can see that it is all inherited from the ApplicationController, which has the method. Has something changed in ruby or rails that would prevent this from working?

I have found https://github.com/nsarno/knock/issues/138 on github, but I don’t feel like I should have to put raise: false on all of those calls as that method should be found.

Thank you