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Web Security "Ignore return to page after login" not working!...

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  • Web Security "Ignore return to page after login" not working!...

    Hi all

    I am using a custom UX Login Component with the Web Security active

    I confugured a default afterloginpage and I did uncheck the « Ignore return to page after login » checkbox in the "login options" tab of the web security genie

    When accessing any of the required login page I would like the application to redirect to the target page after completing the login dialog
    When I uncheck the « Ignore return to page after login » I see the target page in the URL exemple [http://localhost:8080/Login.a5w?np=%2fSecurePage%2ea5w]
    But after a successful login there is no redirection and if I checked « Ignore return to page after login », it does not go to AfterloginPage.a3w

    If I add a [e.url = "AfterLoginPage.a5w"] statement in the server-side events “OnLogin” of the custom login component it never goes to the target securepage.a5w it always goes to the afterloginpage.a5w

    What am I missing?
    I did try to get the request.variables.np value in the the server-side events “OnLogin” of the custom login component but it is empty!...


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    Detailed configuration

    I have 5 web pages here with their security respectively:

    AfterLoginPage.a5w (security- requires login)
    InsufficientPermission.a5w (security- always allowed)
    Login.a5w (security- always allowed)
    PublicPage.a5w (security- always allowed)
    SecurePageB.a5w (security- requires login)

    In my Web Security Configuration, Login Redirect Option is set to "Same page for all logins" and Redirect Page After Login is set to "AfterLoginPage.a5w".

    When I try to fetch the securepage via a link in the Public page I get the login page then after a successful login there is no redirection taking place.

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    Re: Web Security "Ignore return to page after login" not working!...

    Since you have the login redirect option set to "same page for all logins" I believe that overrides everything else.

    If you want to direct the traffic after login, then turn that off.

    You may have to restart your server to see that take affect after uploading the changes.

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    • #3
      Re: Web Security "Ignore return to page after login" not working!...

      I did try the two other choice for the login redirect option: "Current page" and "Page assign by user profile" restarting the server between each change; still same result. After a succesfull login it does not redirect to the AfterLoginPage.a5w if the checkbox "ignore return to page after login" is checked and it does not redirect to the target securepage.a5w if the "ignore return to page after login" is not checked. No matter This checkbox sate after the the succesfull Login the user stayin the Login page and the logout button appears but no redirection!
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      • #4
        Re: Web Security "Ignore return to page after login" not working!...

        First of all, let me make clear what "ignore return to page after login" means.

        If the user is not logged in and trying to go to a particular page that is secure, the site will take them to a login page. If "ignore" is not checked, then the system will remember what page they were trying to go to and take them there. What can also happen is the user is away from the site for a bit, get's timed out and maybe hits refresh. Then they can be returned to the page after a successful login if this option is set.

        To help more, I'd need to see how your login page is setup.

        If there is "no redirection" after login - where is the site taking you? It's not just sitting on the login page, is it?

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        • #5
          Re: Web Security "Ignore return to page after login" not working!...

          The behavior you describe is exactly the one I want and the one I understood from reading instructions. Yes, after Login, it sit on the Login page with no redirection in both case when "ignore ..." is check (expected to go to the afterloginpage) or uncheck (expected to go to the target secure page). After a successful Login the only thing that happened in the login page is the Logout button that become visible. My login page contains only the UXComponent Template "SecurityFramework-LoginComponent" with no added or change of code; and it is set to "Always allowed".

          Thanks for your help.

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          • #6
            Re: Web Security "Ignore return to page after login" not working!...

            Hi Larry, found my problem, I was using a UX Component with Integrated Login instead of an actual Login Component. It work has expected now. It is sad that UX Componnet with Integrated Login does not allow this behavior...

            Tnanks

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