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MultiActionController - print controller name and method name

Sharon whipple
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Joined: Jul 31, 2003
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Hi all
I would like to know, what method should I run over in MultiActionController in order to be able to print incoming requests (destination controller and destination method name)
This will allow me to quickly navigate through the controllers of the application.
For example, user has a problem while clicking the “add note” button,
his request is redirected to the “AddNoteController.addNote()” when I approach the code, I want to be able to quickly locate the controller and invoked method,
Where is the point in the inherit class to insert the print command to achieve this goal?
Thank you very much
Sharon

 
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