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IDProjectCategoryView StatusLast Update
0004942OXID eShop (all versions)2.3. Extensions (modules, themes)public2023-11-17 14:52
Reporterb.hasis Assigned To 
Status closedResolutionfixed 
Product Version4.6.5 revision 49955 
Fixed in Version7.0.0 
Summary0004942: Changing Module ID will move old module(id) to aDiabledModules and let them stay there until the module directory is deleted
DescriptionIf you changing the module id, not the folder too. The old id will moved to aDiabledModules and stays there until the Module Folder is renamed/removed.

Steps To Reproduce-create a module with id "tets".
-rename the id to "test"
Additional InformationIn my cases the module(with new id) works fine. Its just a little confusing if you find old entries in $aDisabledModules.
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related to 0005270 resolvedmantas.vaitkunas after deactivation still data in db 
parent of 0004129 resolvedLinas Kukulskis metadata.php changes are not committed right to aModules 
parent of 0004025 resolvedLinas Kukulskis no update of tbl:oxtplblocks by changing module/metadata.php 'blocks' => array() 
has duplicate 0004017 resolvedsaulius.stasiukaitis If is renamed module directory, in the shop is displayed cache 
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related to 0006037 resolvedflorian.auer deleted plugins remain in "aDisabledModules" which might cause problems later 



2013-12-11 13:52

reporter   ~0009354

Last edited: 2013-12-11 13:56

Actually this can become a big problem if you have old entries in aDisabledModules which block the activation of another module. I saw a support case today where "oe" was contained in this array (don't know how it came there) which probably prevented the mobile theme switcher from working correctly. I think the severity of this issue should be increased. Maybe it is worth considering to implement a kind of flushing/cleanup/repair tool for the module-arrays in oxconfig since it is quite difficult to correct them manually (I know that there is a module for debugging).


2023-11-17 14:52

administrator   ~0015805

Something like this should no longer happen with OXID 7 since there is no longer an aDisabledModules in the database and module directories are no longer copied to the shop