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I have uploaded patch SUPEE-6788 on Magento 1.9.2.1 and tried the following:

  • Using This file I have fixed all the modules through command line after uploading the patch.
  • I have also fixed whitelisting issues using the same file.
  • Tried logging out of admin and re logged in.
  • Removed all cache from /var/cache.
  • Reindexed my store.

But still all custom modules are showing page 404 in admin.

Note: All the code of custom module is as per This Solution

The functionality is working fine on frontend but admin pages of these modules are not working.

As I have checked after using the FIX code the action in config is the same before and after fix. Check below:

<menu>
      <banners module="banners">
        <title>Banners</title>
        <sort_order>100</sort_order>
        <children>
          <banners module="banners">
            <title>Manage Banners</title>
            <sort_order>0</sort_order>
            <action>admin_banners/adminhtml_banners</action>
          </banners>
        </children>
      </banners>
    </menu> 

Update 1

After applying changes mentioned by Kunj following is my action code and controller file location:

<action>adminhtml/banners/banners</action>

Controller for above action :

app/code/local/{My_Package}/Banners/controllers/Adminhtml/Banners/BannersController.php

I have re-indexed, cleared cache, Logged out and logged in but it still shows page 404.

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I think your action should be like this:

<action>adminhtml/banners</action>

And as per action your file path should be like this:

/path/to/magento/app/code/local/{module package name}/Banners/controllers/Adminhtml/Banners/IndexController.php
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  • I have added update 1 to my question as per your provided solution. – Wasiq Shahrukh May 15 '18 at 5:02
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    As per your banners module's admin controller file structure, your action should be like This: <action>adminhtml/banners_banners/index</action> banners is your controller and index is action which located in app/code/local/{My_Package}/Banners/controllers/Adminhtml/Banners/BannersController.php file. – kunj May 15 '18 at 5:13
  • Welcome, happy to help you! – kunj May 15 '18 at 5:27
  • can you also check this question? – Wasiq Shahrukh May 16 '18 at 6:47

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