How to set a default parameter in the middle of the route using symfony 2.5

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asked Feb 23, 2016 by ybp_7075 (510 points)
I know that I can set default parameters in route like that :YMLaccount_ad_create: path: /create/{id} defaults: { _controller: "CTCAdBundle:Frontend/Ad:create", id: null }

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answered May 14, 2016 by isMoradel (690 points)
selected May 16, 2016 by YoureLisk
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How getRoles() read that column and understand that
commented May 14, 2016 by Bua_what (640 points)
This code also working. They may not necessarily help you identify architectural design or patterns
commented May 16, 2016 by YoureLisk (260 points)
After reading through this and a few threads this was the solution I went with
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answered Apr 8, 2016 by kostel (250 points)

Like normal routes, this route needs to be created.
You can install it directly in the settings area.
On php app/console router: debug all routes looks fine. I guess this should not be an issue, if you are using Starting in Symfony2: Episode 2 (2.4+) Video Tutorial Screencast | KnpUniversity
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answered May 6, 2016 by littleton (1,580 points)
One problem with this trick is that description attribute cannot be localized
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commented May 6, 2016 by LoyerThe (440 points)
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answered May 9, 2016 by Terrible (370 points)
I encountered this problem after removing some projects from the solution
This is good source HTTP Cache (The Symfony Book) explains the process step by step
commented May 11, 2016 by State (200 points)
When you get to the end, you'll be well on your way to mastering Symfony

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