I am trying to create a group and some fields for my custom section under custom tab

Tab and section is getting created.But when i click on the section in the content area it shows 404 not found error

my system.xml file is as follows

        <!--node is just an identifier-->
        <animala translate="label" module="training_animal">
        <animals translate="label" module="training_animal">
            <!--node vlaue should match the tabs node name-->

                <training_animal_group translate="label">
                    <label>My Custom Group</label>
                    <comment>Some comment about my group</comment>
                        <training_animal_field translate="label tooltip comment">
                            <label>My Custom Field</label>
                            <comment>Some comment about my field</comment>
                            <tooltip>Field ToolTip</tooltip>

The url of my section is


module config.xml





  • I would like to thank everyone involved in this thread for helping me immensely :) – siliconrockstar Mar 20 '14 at 18:45

You should also set your ACL resources for the custom system config group. I assume you are using Magento > 1.5. In your adminhtml.xml (app/code/{codepool}/Training/Animal/etc/adminhtml.xml):

                                    <animals translate="title" module="training_animal">

In earlier version of Magento this information was stored in the config.xml.

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    Also, after you add this file, log out and log in again, to let Magento refresh ACL rules. – fmrng Apr 25 '13 at 14:12
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    Actually i had set my acl resource. but i did not logout and login. Its working fine now. Thanks – zamil Apr 26 '13 at 5:17
  • Thanks fmrng. This helped me. Earlier I was missing with some of the tags in acl resources... – Pavan Kumar Apr 11 '14 at 7:56

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