问题描述:

I'm working on a Zend Framework API and need to follow a particular format for URLs, so I was hoping for some help regarding how to configure the routing correctly.

http://example.com/module/controller/method/actionNameHere

The above URL would need to route to the function actionNameHereAction.

Any help is appreciated.

网友答案:

The beauty of routing is that it gives you the tools for hiding exactly those pieces of information you are putting into your URL.

Apart from that, as far as I know ZF routes by default so that your URL would end up in ...

  • the action with name method of
  • the controller with name controller of
  • the module with name module

So either your example-URL is complicating things or you are almost there.

B/c actionNameHere would be a paramter you could handle in your action with name "methodAction".

But I think you want your URL to look like:

example.com/module/controller/actionNameHere

网友答案:

In order to produce the URLs needed, I ended up creating a custom Dispatcher, as it wasn't in the routing that URLs were being converted from actionNameHere to actionnamehereAction, but in the dispatcher. I extended the standard dispatcher and overrode this behaviour so that the action name in the URL remained case-sensitive.

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