Create a custom GraphQL urlResolver service

The Magento\UrlRewrite module converts URL rewrite requests to canonical URLs. As a result, your custom urlResolver module does not require its own class for performing these actions, but it must be able to save and delete entries in the url_rewrite table.

Create observers

You can use the Magento\CmsUrlRewrite\Observer\ProcessUrlRewriteSavingObserver class as the basis for saving URL rewrites. For deleting entries, create a ProcessUrlRewriteDeleteObserver class similar to the following:

 * Generate urls for UrlRewrite and save it in storage
 * @param \Magento\Framework\Event\Observer $observer
 * @return void
public function execute(EventObserver $observer)
    /** @var \Magento\MyModule\Model\Page $myEntityPage  */
    $page = $observer->getEvent()->getObject();

    if ($page->isDeleted()) {
                UrlRewrite::ENTITY_ID => $page->getId(),
                UrlRewrite::ENTITY_TYPE => MyEntityPageUrlRewriteGenerator::ENTITY_TYPE,

See Events and observers for more information about creating an observer.

Configure the custom module

Update the graphql.xml and events.xml file in your module’s etc directory to configure your custom GraphQL urlResolver service:

  • Add lines similar to the following in your module’s graphql.xml file to define the enumeration. The UrlRewriteGraphQl module defines UrlRewriteEntityTypeEnum.
  <config xmlns:xsi="" xsi:noNamespaceSchemaLocation="urn:magento:module:Magento_GraphQl:etc/graphql.xsd">
    <type xsi:type="Enum" name="UrlRewriteEntityTypeEnum">
      <item name="my_entity">MY_ENTITY</item>
  • Define two events similar to the following in your module’s events.xml file.
  <event name="mymodule_page_save_after">
    <observer name="process_url_rewrite_saving" instance="Magento\MyModuleRewrite\Observer\ProcessUrlRewriteSavingObserver" />
  <event name="mymodule_page_delete_after">
    <observer name="process_url_rewrite_delete" instance="Magento\MyModuleRewrite\Observer\ProcessUrlRewriteDeleteObserver" />