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The green route (“GenericControlPanel.ContentItemsView.ContentItemPreview”) is a valid route, since every next View in the route is a Subview for the previous one. On the other hand, red route (“GenericControlPanel.PermissionsView.CommentsEdit”) is an invalid route, because CommentsEdit is not a Subview of PermissionsView.
So, to conclude, routes are addresses of Views. The way this address will be transferred to Sitefinity is less relevant in this context and will not necessarily always be (only) through a querystring. Therefore, using the new backend and architecture is much more favorable than hacking up querystrings.
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