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senega
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hai everyone,

Am new to magento, can anybody tell me how can i understand from which script the page is being called.

ie eg: Magento URL: http://127.0.0.1/magento1/index.php/admin/system_convert_gui/index/key/a0aee502318648be9886b1654707517e/

the url i need: http://127.0.0.1/magento1/index.php/view.php?..&......

i figured it out how to understand the template being used and the class file used in frontend by enabling the debugger in System configuration>developer is there any such setting for the Admin section

can this be done....or where does the URL rewriting is being done and were are they r saved

 
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Same problem here. I have url like http://myweb.cz/admin/system_convert_gui/edit/id/4/key/..  and need to know what model is used in this page.

 
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and it is in Mage/Adminhtml/Block/System/Convert/Gui smile

 
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Gruik
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To find the blocks used in the page, there is a tool to activate in the admin panel.

But here you basically want to know which “action contoller” is used.

URLs are by default broken down this way :
/module front name[/controller name[/action[/paramkey/paramval[/paramkey/paramval]]]]

“Module front name” is not necessarily the same name than the module, but usually it is.

If no action, “index” action is used. If no controller, “index” controller is used.
If no module, the “home page” is used (configurable in admin)

For example : /customer/account/login/ triggers the “login” action in “account” controller from Customer module.
Note that many actions are “forwarded” to another action (it’s a kind of internal redirection)

If loadLayout() / renderLayout() is called in the controller, the “layout handle” used will be by default “module front name_controller name_action” (example “customer_account_login")

 
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