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Security Assist Redirect after log in?

Thread began 5/20/2012 1:36 am by Doug Levy Designs | Last modified 5/20/2012 1:01 pm by biesheuvel378713 | 1310 views | 2 replies |

Doug Levy Designs

Security Assist Redirect after log in?

I created security pages and protected my control panel page, when you click on the control panel page it redirects you to the log in page, but after you log in it only pops up a div saying your logged in, i need it to redirect back to the page it came from?

Also I used the provided database pcms2_users, and on the control panel protection if i select "log in success" it logs in, but if I choose "logged in to pcms2_users" it says my log in is incorrect. I just don't understand why?

thanks for your help.

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You can set the option to redirect to a specified page, or the previously visited page after logging in by opening the Server Behaviors panel in Dreamweaver and double-clicking the Authenticate User server behavior.

See the attached screen shot for the WA pop-up that appears allowing you to do this.

Hope this helps you out.

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Had the goto previous page checked but still the login page didn't redirect after a succesfull login attempt.

Been working for hours with it, finally found the answer in this thread:


I hope this is going to be fixed in a next update, and oh what would it be nice to have more instructions and a list with work arounds ;)

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