felogin redirect Error with showLogoutFormAfterLogin
If in typoscript this ist set:
showLogoutFormAfterLogin = 1
then the Login Redirect does not work in all variants.
Usualy this isn't a problem, because when you redirect to anothe page there is automatically the logout view.
But if there are 2 felogin-plugins on one page (Login in the Content area, Logout in the Top of the Webpage) an there is a login based on usergroups (one group redirects, and another not), then the problem appears.
I hope you understand my bad english. If not, i can write better in native german.
Updated by Tobias Liebig about 10 years ago
the redirect seems to be disabled explicitly, when setting the "showLogoutFormAfterLogin".
If you have two different usergroups, which should behave different, a work around might be setting the "showLogoutFormAfterLogin" depending on the usergroup:
[usergroup = 12] plugin.tx_felogin_pi1.showLogoutFormAfterLogin = 1 [global]
Updated by Alexander Bigga about 10 years ago
- Assignee set to Steffen Kamper
Gernot Ploiner wrote:
Ok, you should add this to the manual, because there are a lot of Postings in Forums.
Yes. The documentation about this feature is really bad. I was looking for hours for a solution, why redirect doesn't work at all on my installation.
And the only reason was, that I activated showLogoutFormAfterLogin because the docu told me "If set, you see direct the logout form after successful login". This sound reasonable to me but disables indeed the redirection :-(
Updated by Gernot Ploiner almost 10 years ago
- Target version changed from 4.5.8 to 4.5.11
There is another Problem with redirection, when you have more than one Storagefolders:
If you use the recursive Setting in Typoscript or in the Contentelement, the userLogin-redirection does not work.
Also when you add more than one Storage Pages in the Content Element.
It only works, when you add more pages with Typoscript:
storagePid = 972,41
Tested with TYPO3 4.5.10
Updated by hwt3 no-lastname-given over 6 years ago
Yes, there is a hint in the documentation. But this behaviour isn't locial for me, at least from the non-technical point of view.
Why isn't it possible to enable the option to show the logout form after login and use this as default, if no redirect is set? Are there technical reasons or anything in the logic I don't see?