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Last updated 2 weeks ago.
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I don’t think you can have ->name('basket'); twice.

You may have to write middleware that detects the domain Request::getHost(); <- if that still works

Last updated 3 years ago.
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It works without any issue, as long as I manually go to the /basket address, so the router can handle it as it uses the correct route.

However it seems when using the named routes in a template or controller it just takes the first route with the correct name without looking to the domain.

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Yeah that’s what I figured , you may not be able to use named routes in your project unless you names them name-1-aaa and name-1-bbb and do logic in blade to serve the proper link

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Should this be reported as a bug on github or am I doing something completely out of scope here? It is unexpected behaviour to say the least.

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Option 1: Don't use named routes in blade: use:

<a href="{{ url('/basket') }}">My Basket</a>  

instead of

<a href=" {{route('basket')}}">My Basket</a>  

this will use the current domain and link to the basket. Remove the ->name() attached to the route.

Option 2:

Route::get('/basket', function () {
	$domain = Request::getHost();
switch ($domain) {
    case 'domain-aaa':
          return redirect('yourview1');
        break;
    case 'domain-bbb':
          return redirect('yourview2');

//or
return redirect()->action('[email protected]');
        break;
    case 2:
          return redirect('404');
        break;
}

})->name('basket');

hope that helps, good luck :)

Last updated 3 years ago.
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