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Security Assist redirect after login

Thread began 2/26/2011 11:06 am by info105077 | Last modified 2/26/2011 11:06 am by info105077 | 671 views | 0 replies |

info105077

Security Assist redirect after login

Hi

I wonder if an option in the security assist login behavior could accommodate a field for an optional redirect (instead of something like profile php) to a page according to a persons login (privileges) rules.

ray kindly supplied some php code for me to adapt: below... for anyone interested


<?php
if(!session_id()) session_start();
switch($_SESSION['UserLevel']) {
case "admin":
header("Location: admin_index.php");
break;
case "visitor":
header("Location: visitor_index.php");
break;
}
?>



you would need to hand code this on the login success page.

Lets say for exmple sakes that the session that contains the user level is named "UserLevel" and it contains the values "admin" or "visitor"

you could use the following code at line 1 of the login success page:


cheers

Russ

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