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Last updated by @jeprikusworo 1 year ago.

Hello @jeprikusworo

Do you get the error also locally or only on the server?

The basic of the error is that it doesn't know the route name that is used, there are multiple reasons that this happen.

  1. The route doesn't exist and you need to create it.
  2. While updating the software on the server you didn't update the route file for this route.
  3. The routes are cached on the server (that is positive for the speed, depending on your project it can have a big impact on the speed) and you need to run php artisan route:cache to update the cache.

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