I am using next.js multisite plugin


I have configured 2 sites in env.sites, cft and mpoc. JSS app name is cft. I have created _site_cft and _site_mpoc rewrite paths under src/pages. But, the app always fetches cft layout data even for mpoc hostname. I have turned on the debugger on middleware and added some logs. The middleware is redirecting correctly but getstaticpaths context in [[,,path]].tsx file not containing site rewrite path. Due to this, page props factory always calling layoutdata of cft

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Will be great if someone can help on this


  • Why did you create rewrite paths? The multisite module encapsulates all this, you shouldn't have to be manually creating anything. The [[...path]].tsx should be in the root of the pages folder.
    – Richard Seal
    Commented Sep 25, 2023 at 13:19
  • @RichardSeal OMG. Thank you very much i am doing it all wrong. But i have one more problem, i am getting CORS errors on _devPagesManifest.json for hostnames other than default one. How to resolve that? Thanks Commented Sep 26, 2023 at 6:36

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So we can mark this as answered:

In the muiltisite module, you don't need to manually create the _site_<sitename> folders, the SDK will create those for you. You need to make sure that the [[...path]].tsx file is in the root of your /src/pages folder.

This will then execute correctly and the middleware will handle the rewrites for multiple sites.

  • I'd like to second @bala-grorrepati on the COSR issue on hostnames other than default one (PUBLIC_URL env. variable). It tries to reach _devPagesManifest with main hostname while the initial request came for a secondary hostname then CORS errors and loops into refresh cycle Troubleshooting guide is not very descriptive on resolution, it says what we should do at a high level without explaining how exactly. It is clear we must allow cors for all the secondary domain how exactly to do that? Access-Control-Allow-Origin allowed only once and it's not clear how to pass few hostnames through it Commented Nov 10, 2023 at 5:36

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