I have a custom login page setup. I can use it to login and the session property for logout is set to direct the user back to the custom page. However, there are several other ways a session is terminated, like session expiration, second login, etc. In those situations, the user is taken to the default login page instead of the custom page. I would like our customer page to be the only one that the end user ever gets to see. Is there a way to set a redirect for our default login to always go to the custom page?
Bug report has been created: return url is not getting honored when logging out of RB.
Please make sure you have hidden "rt" parameter on your custom login page with URL of that page:
<input type="hidden" name="rt" value="www.acmeisv.com/.../customLogin.html">
I have a hidden "rt" parameter. That appears to work to redirect me to my login page when I choose to logout, but not if the session times out or some other process kills my session.
I confirm the issue, tracking as PSC00329811
Thank you very much.
Any suggestions on a work around I can put in place in the meantime? I'd like to provide as consistent of an experience for the end user as possible.
That would be great. Thanks for looking into this Gian.
I have created a custom login page for one of my tenants.
Also I added the hidden field 'rt' which works fine when I i.e. enter incorrect credentials.
However, logging out of Rollbase takes me to the default login page -> not ok.
Tested this in Rollbase 5.1.
There was actually a form element missing in the documentation that caused this to fail.Documentation bug has been reported and this will be added asap.
If you add the following form element, the redirect URI should be honored:
<input type="hidden" name="CustomLogin" value="true">
I was told earlier this year this option was no longer available for Private Cloud users and we needed to create our own jsp pages instead of this solution. Is that not accurate? Should we be able to use these forms instead?
Hi, tested this myself and seems to work like a charm. (RB 5.3.0)