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Yaf_Route_Rewrite::__construct

(Yaf >=1.0.0)

Yaf_Route_Rewrite::__constructYaf_Route_Rewrite constructor

Description

public Yaf_Route_Rewrite::__construct(string $match, array $route, array $verify = ?)

Parameters

match

A pattern, will be used to match a request uri, if it doesn't match, Yaf_Route_Rewrite will return false.

You can use :name style to name segments matched, and use * to match the rest of the URL segments.

route

When the match pattern matches the request uri, Yaf_Route_Rewrite will use this to decide which module/controller/action is the destination.

Either of module/controller/action in this array is optional, if you don't assign a specific value, it will be routed to default.

verify

Return Values

Examples

Example #1 Yaf_Route_Rewrite()example

<?php
/**
* Add a rewrite route to Yaf_Router route stack
*/
Yaf_Dispatcher::getInstance()->getRouter()->addRoute("name",
new
Yaf_Route_rewrite(
"/product/:name/:id/*", //match request uri leading "/product"
array(
'controller' => "product", //route to product controller,
),
)
);
?>

The above example will output something similar to:

/* for http://yourdomain.com/product/foo/22/foo/bar
 * route will result in following values:
 */
array(
  "controller" => "product",
  "module"     => "index", //(default)
  "action"     => "index", //(default)
)

/**
 * and request parameters:
 */
array(
  "name" => "foo",
  "id"   => 22,
  "foo"  => bar
)

Example #2 Yaf_Route_Rewrite()example

<?php
/**
* Add a rewrite route to Yaf_Router route stack by calling addconfig
*/
$config = array(
"name" => array(
"type" => "rewrite", //Yaf_Route_Rewrite route
"match" => "/user-list/:id", //match only /user/list/?/
"route" => array(
'controller' => "user", //route to user controller,
'action' => "list", //route to list action
),
),
);
Yaf_Dispatcher::getInstance()->getRouter()->addConfig(
new
Yaf_Config_Simple($config));
?>

The above example will output something similar to:

/* for http://yourdomain.com/user-list/22
 * route will result in following values:
 */
array(
  "controller" => "user",
  "action"     => "list",
  "module"     => "index", //(default)
)

/**
 * and request parameters:
 */
array(
  "id"   => 22,
)

Example #3 Yaf_Route_Rewrite(as of 2.3.0)()example

<?php
/**
* Add a rewrite route use match result as m/c/a name
*/
$config = array(
"name" => array(
"type" => "rewrite",
"match" => "/user-list/:a/:id", //match only /user-list/*
"route" => array(
'controller' => "user", //route to user controller,
'action' => ":a", //route to :a action
),
),
);
Yaf_Dispatcher::getInstance()->getRouter()->addConfig(
new
Yaf_Config_Simple($config));
?>

The above example will output something similar to:

/* for http://yourdomain.com/user-list/list/22
 * route will result in following values:
 */
array(
  "controller" => "user",
  "action"     => "list",
  "module"     => "index", //(default)
)

/**
 * and request parameters:
 */
array(
  "id"   => 22,
)

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aqueel at ikonami dot net
11 years ago
Working Example for Modules in YAF FOR PHP

Please follow these steps to make modules work in YAF.

1. Create a folder with name modules inside application directory the path would normally look like this

/application/modules

2. In modules folder copy following folders and files from application root.
i. conf / configration folder ( what ever name your configration folder has)
ii. controllers
iii. models
iv. plugins ( if you have)
v. Views

Now your folder structure will look like this

-- application
-- controllers
-- models
-- modules
-- [moduledirectory]
-- controllers
-- models
-- plugins
-- views
-- plugins
-- views

application.ini file in configuration folder will look like this the only thing to notice closely in this file is this line

;defined modules
application.modules= "Index,director" // comma separated list of all modules that you will use in your web application using yaf

############################################################
[product]
;layout
application.directory = APP_PATH
application.bootstrap = APP_PATH "Bootstrap.php"
application.library = BASE_PATH "/library"

appnamespace = "Application"
resources.frontController.controllerDirectory = APP_PATH "controllers"
resources.frontController.params.displayExceptions = 0
resources.frontController.defaultModule = "index"
resources.frontController.defaultController = "index"
resources.frontController.defaultAction = "index"
;resources.frontController.moduleDirectory = APP_PATH "modules/"
resources.layout.layoutPath = APP_PATH "/layouts/scripts/"
resources.view[] =

;errors (see Bootstrap::initErrors)
application.showErrors=0

;enable the error controller
application.dispatcher.catchException=0
application.dispatcher.defaultModule=Index
application.dispatcher.defaultController=Index
application.dispatcher.defaultAction=index

;defined modules
application.modules= "Index,director"

;database
database.adapter = Pdo_Mysql
database.params.dbname = printmaster
database.params.host = localhost ;NA when using sqlite
database.params.username = root ;NA when using sqlite
database.params.password = root ;NA when using sqlite

[devel : product]

;errors (see Bootstrap::initErrors)
application.showErrors=1

#############################################################

Add this in your bootstrap.php

<?php
public function _initRoute(Yaf_Dispatcher $dis) {

$route1 = new Yaf_Route_Rewrite("/director",
array(
"controller" => "index",
"module" => "director",
"action" => "index"

)
);

}
?>
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