I am only responding now because I do not have access to folders other than the project and had to retrieve the PHP log.
There are no errors reported inside, the only thing I see, from firefox page analysis, is that it does not find the file
But it is present, so I don’t think that is the problem.
It’s driving me crazy. Unfortunately, if SuiteCRM 8 does not allow me to use the customizations made up to version 7.12, the new version becomes useless to me and I will have to stop at 7.12.
This is trickier than you would think. Here’s my personal instructions to activate legacy mode on a module. It does work…
then repair→rebuild in admin ./bin/console cache:clear from cli
First of all, if you want it to use the legacy module set it to “false”, it seems counterintuitive as it’s called “legacy module routing” you’d expect it to be the opposite.
ALSO… all the module names in the file are in lower case ie: “accounts” when they are actually “Accounts” in SuiteCRM, so if you have a custom module, you’d expect it to be lower case. You’d be wrong. I have “PLNE_Planes” module and you have to enter it exactly as it is in SuiteCRM custom modules folder.
ALSO… do not “tab” in the file to line up the columns, will not work. Space bar only.
hmm… did you repair and rebuild an flush the cache from cli after you made the changes to the yaml file? That’s an important step. Also, it’s VERY tricky, you can only use spaces, no TAB. and make sure the formatting is perfect. I remember trying like 5-6 times to get it right.
I did not access the cli folder, but as instructed I deleted the suitecrm/cache folder… I wrote the names of the custom modules in both lower and upper case, avoided using TAB… I followed all the steps, but it doesn’t work
so clearing cache from the cli - … I have access through cPanel / terminal… what would the commands look like from there to clear the cache? Otherwise there are a bunch of different cache folders so… hesitant there… I have:
root/.cache (contains esbuild, node, yarn)
root/public_html/cache (contains prod)
think I came across another one or so as well… so which do we delete everything out of to test this?
Sorry, I had a doubt… published this post because I didn’t see the customizations in my form:
js file that calculates the hours in an interval
the controls on the various fields through entrypoints
but the custom module I see it independently of editing the module_routing.yaml file and clearing the cache.
So my question, the modification of the module_routing.yaml file and clearing the cache, is it just to be able to see My custom module? If so, I don’t need it.
I would like to know how to get the js and entrypoints working again.