Netgen Siteaccess Routes Bundle is an eZ Publish / eZ Platform bundle which allows you to specify in which siteaccesses or siteaccess groups can a route be used
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README.md

Netgen Siteaccess Routes Bundle

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Netgen Siteaccess Routes Bundle is an eZ Publish / eZ Platform bundle which allows you to specify in which siteaccesses or siteaccess groups can a route be used.

By default, all routes are accessible in all siteaccesses. To specify in which siteaccess a route can be used, you will need to add an allowed_siteaccess param to the defaults section of a route or route import:

netgen_site_blog:
    path: /blog
    methods: [GET]
    defaults:
        _controller: "netgen_site.controller.blog:blogAction"
        allowed_siteaccess: cro

or

_netgen_site:
    resource: "@NetgenSiteBundle/Resources/config/routing.yml"
    defaults:
        allowed_siteaccess: cro

You can even specify an array of siteaccesses, or use siteaccess groups:

defaults:
    allowed_siteaccess: [backend_group, cro]

As a special case, you can use _default keyword to signal that the route is also accessible in the default siteaccess, whichever siteaccess that may be.

defaults:
    allowed_siteaccess: [cro, _default]

If the route is not available in current siteaccess, a 404 Not Found response will be returned.

Installation

Use Composer:

composer require netgen/siteaccess-routes-bundle:^1.0

Activate in kernel:

$bundles[] = new Netgen\Bundle\SiteAccessRoutesBundle\NetgenSiteAccessRoutesBundle();

That's it. Configure the routes and go about your day.

License

GNU General Public License v2