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 almost 13 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 almost 13 years ago
Thank you Felix, this information helped me a lot.
RE: Go directly to "My page" after login - Added by Rupesh Helwade almost 7 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.
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 over 1 year 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".