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Successfully created Registration and Login pages... Trouble going forward

Thread began 2/09/2015 1:17 pm by dmrick44 | Last modified 2/10/2015 4:31 pm by Jason Byrnes | 444 views | 3 replies |

dmrick44

Successfully created Registration and Login pages... Trouble going forward

I have my database on GoDaddy set up and connected. I used... WebAssist... SecurityAssist... Create Security Pages to create my pages as desired. Now I'm trying to set up what happens when someone Logs In or when They Register... I have gone to the... WebAssist... SecurityAssist... Authenticate User section and despite how I think I'm doing what needs to be done, I continuously have disastrous results. I'm just trying to get it so when someone Registers, they get sent to the LogIn page, and after Loggin In, they get sent to an HTML page inside the site.

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

by going to WebAssist -> Security Assist -> Authenticate user, you are inserting a new instance of the User Login server behavior, not editing the one that was created by the security assist wizard.

to edit the server behaviors created by the wizard, you need to open the server behaviors panel, open the page it is applied to, and double click it to edit.

to change the registration redirect:
open the registration page, open the server behaviors panel (Window -> Server Behaviors) in the list of server behaviors on the registration page, double click the Insert record behavior and check the redirect.

to change the success login redirect:
open the login behavior, open the server behaviors panel (Window -> Server Behaviors) in the list of server behaviors on the login page double click the Security Assist Authenticate user server behavior, and check the login access redirect.

NOTE: on the login page, there may be 2 instances of the authenticate user behavior, one is used for the login form, the other is used if the auto login checkbox is checked, make sure to edit both.

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dmrick44

Redirects

See private message.

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

yes, that looks right.

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