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I tried to add a new page with $pages->add() with a custom method inside of a module. It looks like the method is called each page load (as should) and also if the backend page tree is loaded / refreshed (bug??)?

    public function create($template, $parent, Array $data = array(), $name = false) {
        $name = wire('sanitizer')->pageName($name ? $name : $data['title']);
        $obj = wire('pages')->add($template, $parent, $name, $data);
        return $obj;
    }

called inside of home page ("/"):

$api->create('basic-page', '/', array('title' => 'ApiCreatedTest1'));

Works fine. Load it twice (create duplicate page) results in an error.

 

But without "/" requested the page gets created if I view the backend?!

Checked it by delete the page, check the page tree again and it looks fine. But if I reload the backend page the page appears again. So backend page tree load executes the home page ("/") and create the page?

Is it a bug or I'm missing anything...?

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Module method name create() was the problem... Changed to add() to have the same naming than permissions page-* and it works fine!

 

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