this.entryPointsetting. If an incoming URL has that specific pattern, then it will search for the module's routing table for a match.
config/Router.cfc. However, you will lose all module portability. We do this by using a method called
addModuleRoutes(pattern, module): Insert the module routes at this location in the configuration file with the applied URL pattern.
/blogpattern in the host that says, now look in the module simpleblog for routes. The left over part of the URL is nothing or
/so the pattern that matches is my first declared pattern:
bloghandler and the
showPostsmethod. Now, let's say the next URL that comes is:
simpleblogmodule via the static
/blogentry point and then it tries to find a match for
/2009/09in the modules' routes and it does!