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comment How to set a default format for a custom post type?
This answer actually addresses the original question!
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comment Getting hierarchical custom post type permalinks to work just like pages
I just tried using the wrapper inside my filter for parse_query. It caused the same 404 errors again. I've got to find some way to replicate what get_queried_object() does without fouling up these filters...
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comment Getting hierarchical custom post type permalinks to work just like pages
but which $query does that grab? I'm using this within a filter for parse_query, and need to specifically get the queried object of a specific $query that is passed from the filter...
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comment Getting hierarchical custom post type permalinks to work just like pages
well... I found the culprit. I'll post my own answer here separately, as it deserves some explaining. However, your answer and comments were most helpful in making sure something wasn't fouling up my rewrites, so I'll award you the bounty ;-)
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comment Getting hierarchical custom post type permalinks to work just like pages
That first url does work, as the first-article is a newsletter, and the url doesn't bother with parentage. I will, however, likely have multiple articles with the same title in the future. That second url does not work - WP turns it into this and gives 404: mysite.com/newsletter/spring-2012/first-article/…