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Zend Framework 2.0 by Example Beginner's Guide by Krishna Shasankar V

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Time for action – modifying module configuration

In this section will make configuration changes to the Users module to enable it to work with the newly created controller and views using the following steps:

  1. Autoloader configuration – The default autoloader configuration provided by the ZendSkeletonModule needs to be disabled; this can be done by editing autoload_classmap.php and replacing it with the following content:
    <?php
    return array();
  2. Module configuration – The module configuration file can be found in config/module.config.php; this file needs to be updated to reflect the new controllers and views that have been created, as follows:
    • Controllers – The default controller mapping points to the ZendSkeletonModule; this needs to be replaced with ...

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