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JuliusB
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Hi everyone,

Using PS 1.6.1, I got an issu with some custom module and with hookModuleRoutes. Here is what I did :

- I install one custom module with some custom URL rewritting it's working perfectly.
- Then I try to install a second custom module with some URL rewritting, the first one URL rewriting is not working anymore but the second do work...

I can't manage to make them both working at the same time 😕

 

Here is the code for the first module :
 

	public function install()
	{
		return parent::install() && $this->registerHook('moduleRoutes');
	}
	
   public function hookModuleRoutes($params){
      $my_link = array(
          'module-csm-conf' => array(
              'controller' => 'conf',
              'rule' => 'c-m-s-{cview}-{product_id}',
              'keywords' => array(
                  'cview' => array('regexp' => '[^/.]+', 'param' => 'cview'),
                  'product_id' => array('regexp' => '[0-9]+', 'param' => 'product_id'),
               ),
               'params' => array(
                   'fc' => 'module',
                   'module' => 'cms',
                   'controller' => 'conf'
               )
           )
        );
        return $my_link;
    }


And the code for the second module :

	public function install()
	{
		return parent::install() && $this->registerHook('moduleRoutes');
	}
	
   public function hookModuleRoutes($params){
      $my_link = array(
          'module-bdrc-bdr' => array(
              'controller' => 'bdr',
              'rule' => 'b-d-r-c-{cview}-{product_id}',
              'keywords' => array(
                  'cview' => array('regexp' => '[^/.]+', 'param' => 'cview'),
                  'product_id' => array('regexp' => '[0-9]+', 'param' => 'product_id'),
               ),
               'params' => array(
                   'fc' => 'module',
                   'module' => 'bdrc',
                   'controller' => 'bdr'
               )
           )
        );
        return $my_link;
    }

NB : I did try to change the rule but problem still remain the same....

Any idea anyone ? I searched on google and on this forum for hours with no success :(

Thank you !

 

 

Edited by JuliusB (see edit history)

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Thank you for your answer ! Unfortunately I did try to change the rule and it still not working.

I tried something like that :

For the first module :

'rule' => cms/{product_id}',

 

For the second module :

'rule' => 'bdrc-{product_id}',

 

Without success 😕 I did try a lot of thing before posting on this forum...

I took a look at your module and I don't figure out what I miss 😕

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@SmartDataSoft

Thank you for your answer and your time !

Here I put the two modules with this message since it can help anyone having the same issue. I'm grateful thank you very much ! Thoses two module are reduce to the minimum so that you will not lose too much time debugging.

confectionbrd.zip confections.zip

Edited by JuliusB (see edit history)

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Hello,

And thank you very much for your time and effort !

Unfortunately for me the problem remain the same : after installing the second module, URL rewriting of the first one doesn't work anymore. Which is a pretty bad news since it's working on your side.

So it must be something else and finding out what it can be will be a real pain !

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I'm on PS 1.6.1.0 and yes I did clear the cache before testing. I did try to change the rule of the working module to see if changes are considered and yes they are. So there is something else 😕 I try to figure out what it can be

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