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Previous URL problem for PHP, is there a solution for this?

Thread began 1/05/2010 8:20 pm by vze4725c98581 | Last modified 1/06/2010 9:07 pm by Eric Mittman | 1251 views | 3 replies |

vze4725c98581

Previous URL problem for PHP, is there a solution for this?

User tries to access a protected page (and not yet logged in) so they are sent to the login page. After login they are taken to the protected page instead of previous URL.

Is there a solution for this?

p.s. I actually need to purchase the Menu Writer but I'm hesitant to do so because of the lack of support I'm getting for this problem.

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Eric Mittman

You will be taken to the page that you were denied access to once you successfully login. Please describe how you would like this to work from the perspective of the user, please include some page names as examples. I think if I can get a better understanding of the result you are trying to achieve I will better be able to help you.

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vze4725c98581

redirect to previous url

once the user clicks the link to the restricted page they are directed to login. After login I go to the users_Profile.php page with the protected page link. Clicking the protected page only takes me to the protected_Page.php page that says I'm logged in and that my email is verified. Nothing else happens and I am not redirected.


lines 67 -69 and 87-89 on users_LogIn.php reads:

"successRedirect" => "users_Profile.php",
"failRedirect" => "users_LogIn.php?failed=1",
"gotoPreviousURL" => TRUE,


So yes, it does have code "gotoPreviousURL" as true but prior to that is the successRedirect. I need a dynamic redirect that will take the user back to whatever page they wanted to access so redirecting to a specific page won't work for me in this case. I'd like "success Redirect" => go to PreviousURL so that after login user is directed back to page they were trying to access.

Also I don't own Security Assist.

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Eric Mittman

it looks like we are dealing with the same issue in two different threads. It would be best to keep this to a single thread, here is a link to that other thread. Please make your responses there.

showthread.php?t=8870

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