I came across an interesting problem while working with Zend Framework module based implementation.
To enable module based layout I followed the very good post by Ponders.
But rather than loading class in
Bootstrap.phpI defined in
I made following changes in
resources.layout.pluginClass = 'Plugin_ModuleLayout'
Code was working fine on my machine but when my colleague checked out the version things were broken and the error message displayed was
Zend_Exception: Security check: Illegal character in filename in /path/to/Zend/library/Zend/Loader.php on line 303
After lot of head scratching I came to know that it was single-quote (') that was culprit. When I modified application.ini like
resources.layout.pluginClass = Plugin_ModuleLayout
things started working and I was able to apply module based layout.
Even we can use double quotes (") like this :-
resources.layout.pluginClass = "Plugin_ModuleLayout"
I think PHP version created some problem.
I was running PHP 5.3.2 and my colleague was working on 5.2.x.
Word of caution : Avoid use of quotes in
Hopefully I will be able to help someone and save few precious minutes.