I've just applied the security patches on Magento 1.9 and after that, my custom modules didn't work. I tried clearing the cache and index but nothing happened. When I tried visiting the URL of my custom module, it says 404 not found.

I tried this


to check if my config.xml was there but it wasn't.

Here's my app/code/local/Custom/Product/etc/config.xml code

<?xml version="1.0"?>

Here's my app/etc/modules/Custom_Product.xml code

<?xml version="1.0"?>

Is there anyone who experienced this issue? Thank you.

  • Can you tell us which patch you have applied? To check whether your module is properly enabled you must check the app\etc\modules\Custom_Product.xml for its status. Or you can remove its entry from core_resource table , clear the cache and check it again.
    – Knight017
    Jul 9, 2018 at 5:15
  • There's no entry on the core_resource because I didn't use any SQL on this module. Also, we installed all the patches required for the Magento Here's the list. prntscr.com/k45e26. Thank you!
    – nosnevetzy
    Jul 9, 2018 at 5:43
  • Make some typo mistake in your module's XML, reload frontend. Then check for the log files under /var/log folder in Magento. If the module is being read, you should see errors for the typo in logs. Jul 9, 2018 at 6:20
  • @MohitKumarArora I already did your suggestion but I didn't see any errors related to my module. Does it mean even my Custom_Product.xml is not loading? But when I go to Configuration > Advanced, I can see it from the list. Nothing happened though even if I enable or disable it.
    – nosnevetzy
    Jul 9, 2018 at 6:52
  • @nosnevetzy, loading module under Configuration > Advanced means that Custom_Product.xml is working fine. Nothing else. Jul 9, 2018 at 6:55

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Okay, so what I did is I transfer the module from app/code/local to app/code/community and change the Custom_Product.xml


Thanks for all the help!

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