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Add timestamp and login UserID to login table using html datapage




I have an html datapage using a script on this forum to route traffic a specific html page and log into the app. Using this method I need help figuring out how to create  a log that tracks the login of the app. I know there are logs on the back side that I can look this up but I want to create  table that store the login of the users to the app for me to make a field with last user login.

Any way to create a html datapage using the script below that will also log the timestamp and userID of the person logging into the app in a loggin table I created? 


How does everyone else create a login table to track users etc?


if("[@authfield:Role]" == "Admin"){
window.location = "admin.html?UserID=[@authfield:User_ID]";
else if("[@authfield:Role]" == "Agent"){
window.location = "actionlog.html?UserID=[@authfield:User_ID]&FN=[@authfield:First_Name]&LN=[@authfield:Last_Name]";
window.location = "oops.html";

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Create a table with timestamp, user ID and any URL fields. Create a submission page based on this form. Enable auth and include all the fields to right.

Select hidden as form element for all fields.

For URL check to receive system parameter >> Host URL

For User ID check to receive Authentication Fields >> UserName

Add JS to auto submit the code to an HTML Block added at the end of the elements: 

Then in destination page add the URL  user needs to be redirected to when they login

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