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hey team i want to know which controller and module work on /en/login_check route after clicking log

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U04UE6DF06N
U04UE6DF06N Posts: 77 🧑🏻‍🚀 - Cadet

hey team i want to know which controller and module work on /en/login_check route after clicking login

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  • fsmeier
    fsmeier Senior Software Engineer & Developer Enablement Advocate Sprykee Posts: 1,018 ⚖️ - Guardians (admin)
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    Please make a full search of login_check in your whole application incl vendor folder 🙂

  • U04UE6DF06N
    U04UE6DF06N Posts: 77 🧑🏻‍🚀 - Cadet
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    I am new to spryker can you please suggest me a better solution

  • fsmeier
    fsmeier Senior Software Engineer & Developer Enablement Advocate Sprykee Posts: 1,018 ⚖️ - Guardians (admin)
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    Actually… there is no better solution and this is also not Spryker related - i think it is even Symfony logic - and the only way of finding the exact behaviour out is to do these searches and use xdebug. And over time you understand every php system quite good

  • U04UE6DF06N
    U04UE6DF06N Posts: 77 🧑🏻‍🚀 - Cadet
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    yes , i got it
    but if it is Symfony thing i think it Symfony Security bundle , so how can i have controll over it or how can i modify something in it

  • fsmeier
    fsmeier Senior Software Engineer & Developer Enablement Advocate Sprykee Posts: 1,018 ⚖️ - Guardians (admin)
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    look for “login_check” and you find the right places. Sorry, it is really the same as I would do to answer you. I dont remember all the time which exact files touch the security system - it is not “the one” file so i can not give you a straight forward answer