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23 March 2011 at 9:21pm Last edited: 23 March 2011 10:14pm
I have the following Director rule defined in my module's _config.php:
'Feed//$Action/$LoginName/$Password/$LastModDate/$OutputType/$DeleteMode' => 'FeedEngine'
When I access the url
the module does what it's supposed to, which is great, but then I get the following message at the end:
I can't handle sub-URLs of a FeedEngine object.
Anybody know why this is?
If I remove the double slash (//) from the rule after the 'Feed' url, then I get this message:
The action 'analytes' does not exist in class FeedEngine
'analytes' is my $OutputType param so not sure why SS is saying it's the $Action param.
I'm confused about the use of the double slash. I couldn't find anywhere in the docs or forum what it means, but it seems like the separator between the url and the params.
23 March 2011 at 10:12pm
After chatting with simon_w (super helpful!) on IRC, we came to the following conclusion:
1. the single / should be used (double slashes have a different meaning and difficult to explain)
2. once I replaced the zero valued (0) params in the url with non-zero values, the module runs as it should. No explanation yet on why zeroes might be causing problems, though.
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