On Monday February 9, 2009 10:03:03 binet bruno wrote:
> Thanks for the new FriendlyRedirectingFormPlugin plugin for repoze.who
> which is usefull to redirect to predefined url after login or logout.
> Here is my question : is it possible to get rid of the "came_from"
> param in the url which is useless when using post login and post
> logout url ?
I don't think it's useless. For example, by default TG2 applications use that
parameter in the post-login/out handler to redirect to it. In the case of the
post-login handler, if the user gets there and is anonymous, that can only
mean one thing: She tried to log in with the wrong credentials.
> def login(self, came_from=url('/')):
> login_counter = request.environ['repoze.who.logins']
> if login_counter > 0:
> flash(_('Wrong credentials'), 'warning')
> return dict(page='login', login_counter=str(login_counter),
> def post_login_handler(self, came_from=url('/')):
> if not request.identity:
> login_counter = request.environ['repoze.who.logins'] + 1
> redirect(url('/login', came_from=came_from,
> userid = request.identity['repoze.who.userid']
> flash(_('Welcome back, %s!') % userid)
> def post_logout_handler(self, came_from=url('/')):
> flash(_('We hope to see you soon!'))
> It will be also great if it was possible to choose using the __logins
> counter or no, so that we could keep a clean url if wanted.
But without it you wouldn't be able to handle failed logins, *unless* you use
a post-login handler. It sounds like a sensible feature to me, can you please
open a ticket?
Gustavo Narea <http://gustavonarea.net/>.
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