Go directly to "My page" after login
can anybody skilled in RoR and redmine help me with little issue?
I would like to be redirected directly to "My page" after login - not to
index page. I've went through code myself but for now it is a little bit
hardcore for me.
Thanks a lot for any advice.
as I understand it, you can decide where to take the user in the /app/controllers/account_controller.rb login function.
This will usually point to the "my page":
redirect_back_or_default :controller => 'my', :action => 'page'
but you should be able to enforce it like this:
redirect_to :controller => 'my', :action => 'page'
RE: Go directly to "My page" after login - Added by David Strejc over 11 years ago
Thanks a lot for your reply - I found that line in code before and I was disapointed,
because the first hint you wrote is there by default (so I was missing something).
But when I've changed redirect_back_or_default function to yours redirect_to it started
to work. So maybe I don't understand redirect_back_or_default function well as I don't
understand RoR for now.
But anyway thanks for your help.
RE: Go directly to "My page" after login - Added by Keith Cascio over 11 years ago
Thank you Felix, this information helped me a lot.
RE: Go directly to "My page" after login - Added by Rupesh Helwade over 5 years ago
This seems to be quite old, breaks the Lost Password page.
Perhaps we need to change : /config/routes.rb
root :to => 'welcome#index', :as => 'home'
Here we may have to change the route to appropriate.
I am using 2.3.1 stable version and possibly the code might have changed already.
RE: Go directly to "My page" after login - Added by Aleksandar Pavic 4 months ago
Changing routes creates various issues, like when sending test email from backend, or when trying to export issues as atom...
RE: Go directly to "My page" after login - Added by Emmanuel DUMAS about 1 month ago
Just a tips :
to go directly to "My Page" after login, I have bookmark "redmine.org/my/page" instead of just "redmine.org". If I am not connected, it's automatically go to login page, and then to "my page".
Globally, I seem to go directly to "my page".