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login hook?

Postby christo » Thu Sep 06, 2007 2:54 am

Hi

I have looked through the lists of available hooks, and im sure im just missing it; but what is the hook to register against the post successful login event.

I want to intercept a successful login attempt and forward the user to a specific page if one is specified.

Thanks
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Re: login hook?

Postby asmecher » Thu Sep 06, 2007 8:50 am

Hi Christo,

There's no specific hook for that, but you can use Request::redirect hook to intercept the usual redirect on a successful login. You can check that Request::getRequestedOp == 'signIn' and $url in the hook call == Request::url(null, 'user'). If so, redirect to your own page (though you may have to do some nimble work with a static variable to make sure you don't end up recursively calling the hook through repeated calls to Request::redirect).

Regards,
Alec Smecher
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Re: login hook?

Postby christo » Tue Sep 11, 2007 7:55 am

Silly me! I didnt notice this:
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        $source = Request::getUserVar('source');
   if (isset($source) && !empty($source)) {
      Request::redirectUrl(Request::getProtocol() . '://' . Request::getServerHost() . $source, false);
   }


just adding ?source=/path/to/redirect/to to the url does the trick.

If anyone is interested; i used this code to add the correct redirect parameters to my login redirect:

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//first get the absolute url using the Request Object's url function:
$url = Request::url('journal','page','op','path');
//then i strip off all the stuff that the stuff from the front (this is later added back on by the redirector)
$url = ereg_replace(Request::getProtocol() . '://' . Request::getServerHost(),"",$url);
      
if (!Validation::isLoggedIn()) {   
        //and now we redirect them to the loging page with our ?source=$url appended to the querystring
   Request::redirect('user','login',null,null,array("source" => $url));
}


..hope that helps someone...
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