I just installed this module on my Drupal 8 site hosted locally on Acquia Dev Desktop. I haven't had this issue with any other modules and this is occurring immediately after I install the module.


Are you logged in? Is your login the superuser? You can always get into your local site w/ drush:

$ cd /path/to/docroot
$ ../vendor/bin/drush uli --no-browser

Assuming your setup uses the drupal-project composer approach. Otherwise, you could use drush w/ a site alias or params.

If you're logged in as the superuser and still have issues, that's indicative of something wrong w/ the routing specification. That shouldn't happen with a contrib module, unless you've made any modifications? If you haven't and the superuser can't access the UI, then I would file an issue w/ the migrate module.

  • Wow, I assumed I could use the module if I was logged in as a user with the Admin role and all the normal Admin permissions but I changed over to the OG admin account and now I can access the page. Thanks! – wgallop May 23 '18 at 15:46
  • You can always add permission to that Admin role for the Migrate permission set, but yeah, typically whenever you enable a new module, you'll need to address its permissions with your set of user roles. – Purdy May 23 '18 at 15:48
  • Unfortunately, there aren't any migrate permissions, or there weren't any after I installed the module. – wgallop May 23 '18 at 16:01

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