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I am testing my own module on Magento CE 2.2.0 but keep getting "The page isn’t redirecting properly". Looking at the network traffic I see these requests:

  • /magento22-acumulus/admin/
  • /magento22-acumulus/admin/admin/index/denied/
  • /magento22-acumulus/admin/admin/auth/login/
  • /magento22-acumulus/admin/admin/
  • /magento22-acumulus/admin/admin/index/denied/
  • /magento22-acumulus/admin/admin/auth/login/
  • /magento22-acumulus/admin/admin/
  • /magento22-acumulus/admin/admin/index/denied/
  • /magento22-acumulus/admin/admin/auth/login/
  • /magento22-acumulus/admin/admin/
  • ...

My setup:

  • local install on base url /magento22-acumulus/
  • Wampserver 3.0.8 with php 7.0.10 and Apache 2.4.23

What I did:

  • install Magento 2.2.0 with sample data
  • settings changed: remove secret key and use standard admin/ url
  • tested it: I do get the login screen
  • install my module, module:enable, setup:upgrade, setup:di:compile
  • tested it: error as above
  • module:disable, cache:clean, setup:di:compile
  • tested it: I do get the login screen
  • repeated this a number of times, same pattern, so I was thinking it had to do with my module.
  • But then I got my module working once and I was able to go to my own pages. Unfortunately the error came back, so I continued to do some debugging enabling and disabling my module but could not locate the problem
  • and now I also get the problem without my module enabled. So I think it is some strange condition/bug in Magento itself.

What could be the problem here?

  • if you got solution please post your answer – lalit mohan Jun 8 '18 at 11:00
  • Unfortunately not yet. I stopped testing my module on MA2.2 and now only test it on MA2.1. My module is used by customers on MA2.2, so more reason to believe it is not some error in my module's config, settings or code. If, eventually, I find a solution, I will post it. – fietserwin Jun 8 '18 at 15:54
  • I have same problem . I found out there is problem with my module Helper Class .. You must checkout your modules one by one.. disable to find out which cause error.. – lalit mohan Jun 11 '18 at 8:04
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I'm not sure whether this is a bug with the compilation process or something wrong with the module code. In my case, Magento compilation was incorrectly creating an interceptor for a class on my module (without an actual defined constructor) which extended another class of another module which extended a class from core Magento (both with defined constructors). This was also creating a blank page in the frontend, besides the problems you mentioned. After several fresh installs of Magento 2.2 and also Magento 2.1 with the same problem this worked for me:

  • Enable developer mode: php bin/magento deploy:mode:set developer
  • Install your module (upload/copy files) then run php bin/magento setup:upgrade
  • Instead of running the compilation process (only needed when the order of constructor arguments is changed or the argument types are changed), just delete the folder /generated/code/YOURMODULENAMESPACE
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Since you are using Apache, i suggest you should enable the RewriteLog . Then replicate issue and check logs again.

RewriteLog "logs\rewritelog.txt"    
RewriteLogLevel 3
  • Thanks for your answer, but what could that learn me? I already tried to debug, so I know that each redirected request is processed by Magento. I don't see how Apache comes into the picture? – fietserwin May 21 '18 at 18:18
  • Magento is not a webserver. The apache webserver uses Redirects. So, since error is about a redirection, the first place to look for ia what is doing apache. You have 50% chanches to see that apache oa doing weird redirection (http-to-https , or similar) and 50% chanches to see that magento instructs apche to redirect in a weird way, maybe like non-www to www or viceversa. – x86fantini May 21 '18 at 18:29
  • Magento returns the redirect instructions to the browser. There is no http versus https problem (like in many other reports about MA2.2 endless redirects), nor www versus non-www, as this is on localhost. The redirects are to the pages as described in the question. – fietserwin May 22 '18 at 19:14

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