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Logout doesn't seem to work?

Thread began 11/29/2011 4:29 pm by ncardoso429882 | Last modified 12/01/2011 1:33 pm by ncardoso429882 | 1296 views | 10 replies |

ncardoso429882

Logout doesn't seem to work?

Hi,

I installed everything... logging in seems to work. One problem I'm running into now. I go to the logout page and it tells me I've logged out successfully. Then I go to my secured page and it lets me in. Thoughts?

Thank you

Nelson

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

What version of security assist?

can you send a copy of the logout page please.

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ncardoso429882

I have version 2... I think the latest on the download page

This logout page was auto created. I'm attaching it. Thank you

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logout.zip
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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

the logout page looks fine, what Security Assist Access rule did you apply to the protected page? And how is that rule configured in the Access Rules Manager?

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ncardoso429882

Not sure if I'm answering your question...

On the protected page, I have "Grant access if: Not Failed log in"

Does this info help? I'm new to using the product.

Thanks for the help.

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

you should be using the "Logged into <Your user table name>" rule (where <Your user table name> is the name of your users table).

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ncardoso429882

Wonderful!

Now one last question... and I'm happy to start a new post if you prefer. How can I have the login page redirect to another page? Is this something I can setup in the webassist setup ui? Or do I do this directly in the code? Thanks so much.

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

on the login page, go to the server behaivors panel (Window -> Server Behaviors) , Double click the Security Assist authenticate user behavior to set the login success page.

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ncardoso429882

Seemed to do the trick

That worked, but I had to set the success page in two SecurityAssist Authenticate User behaviours. There's 2 listed. Please see attached. Thanks again.

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

yes, if select the option in the security assist wizard to add the Remeber me and Auto Login options, a second authenticate user behavior will be add to the page.
One for the login form being submitted, the second for when the auto login options is selected.

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