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5.0 Login Widget (DestinationPage?)

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  1. Kristian
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    I don't see a destination page for the new login widget, am I suppose to use this differently than the previous widget?
  2. Kristian
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    I tried putting in a redirect_uri within the service url, or even just trying to type it in to the browser before logging in. Neither option seems to work, any help?
    e.g. ?redirect_uri=%2fsitefinity%2fdefault.aspx%3f&deflate=true
  3. Victor Velev
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    Hi Kristian,

    We have replied to you in the support ticket you have opened.

    Kind regards,
    Victor Velev
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  4. mstoffel
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    Hi Victor,

    Can you please share the solution please? I'm also interesting.

    Thanks in advance
  5. RobertZ121
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    Hello Victor,

    me too. - I think many developers are interested in these details.

    Regards, Robert

  6. Victor Velev
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    Hello,

    Kristian can share the details about the support ticket with the community.

    Greetings,
    Victor Velev
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  7. mstoffel
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    Hi Kristian,

    Can you please share the telerik solution for destination url with sitefinity 5.0?

    Thanks in advance
  8. Kristian
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    Haven't had time to try this yet, I'd imagine a redirect is all thats needed... in any case I was looking for two things, a quick way to create a redirect and second a complete solution for logging into the website by passing a token etc (which should come soon)... see this post http://www.sitefinity.com/devnet/forums/sitefinity/suggestions/claims-based-login-for-resftul-api.aspx


    • Telerik Admin

      Posted on 1 day ago

      Hi Kristian,

      The widget templates for the controls can be found in our SDK and inherit the proper control and then create your custom logic:

      LoginWidget  - claims

      or

      LoginControl - forms

      The following blogpost can be useful to you:

      http://www.sitefinity.com/blogs/stanislavvelikov/posts/12-01-23/how_to_add_additional_logic_into_sitefinity_built_in_widgets.aspx


      Kind regards,
      Victor Velev
      the Telerik team
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    • Kristian

      Posted on on Mar 16, 2012

      Well I hope to see that functionality soon, for now can I create my own custom widget to handle this behavior using claims based authentication, do you have an example?
    • Telerik Admin

      Posted on on Mar 16, 2012

      Hi Kristian,

      The difference is that the backend login form is hosted by the token issuer and you are submitting credentials in order to receive a token and the redirect_uri is telling the issuer where to send this token. However the widget is getting a token from the issuer using ajax, and does not care about the redirect - after the token was received it is submitted to the current page.

      Unfortunately there is no option at the moment to change the redirec_uri behaviour. Still we are considering the addition of such functionality for one of our upcoming releases. I am sorry about the caused inconvenience.

      Regards,
      Victor Velev
      the Telerik team
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    • Kristian

      Posted on on Mar 15, 2012

      I see the difference, but I want to use claims authentication and the new login widget. what I don't understand is why in the backend this is possible

      localhost:60876/Sitefinity/Authenticate/SWT?realm=http%3a%2f%2flocalhost%2f&redirect_uri=%2fsitefinity%2f&deflate=true

      and then you get redirected to the dashboard because your redirect_uri tells you to, that makes sense.

      Well how come I can't do that with your login widget, the service url is there?!
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