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For users who try to access my pages without being logged in, I have them directed to a login page using the authentication Timeout/redirection option which redirects them to their portal based on their access role. That's really simple and works fine, the problem is that I need to redirect them to the url they were trying to go to after they successfully log in. Is their away to capture their original URL before they're directed by authentication to the login datapage?

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11 hours ago, sadeeque said:

For users who try to access my pages without being logged in, I have them directed to a login page using the authentication Timeout/redirection option which redirects them to their portal based on their access role. That's really simple and works fine, the problem is that I need to redirect them to the url they were trying to go to after they successfully log in. Is their away to capture their original URL before they're directed by authentication to the login datapage?

Help Plz :)

Are you using direct URLs or you're using webpages? I was able to do this on just DataPages, and it needs JavaScript.

Set the Designated Entry Page on Timeout and Redirection to NONE

 

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<script>

if(window.location.href != 'URL'){

window.location.href='URL';

}

document.getElementById('cbParamVirtual1').value = document.referrer;

</script>

Basically, on the Authentication that I use, I check if the window.location.href (the URL of the current page) is not equal to your Designated Entry Page, redirect it to your Designated Entry Page.

the last line is putting document.referrer (The URL they got redirected from) and put it in Virtual1

 

Virtual1 should have On Exit enabled:

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On your HTML DataPage, check if Virtual1 parameter is blank, if not, redirect, if it is, do some other code you want.

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<script>

if('[@Virtual1]' != ''){

window.location.href='[@Virtual1]';

}

else{

//other code you have

}

</script>

You can hide fields using this or using CSS code.

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