Is there a way to run a script after a user get logged in the application.
I tried to do something with the Authentication challenge session event (just writing a log with the system.util.getLogger()) but it's not working.
Any idea ?
What are you trying to do ?
I'm trying to affect values to session custom properties when a user get logged in the perspective session
The session startup event should work.
Otherwise, if you can be a bit more accurate about your goal, someone around here might suggest alternative (and maybe better) ways of achieving it.
weird i dont seem to be able to log anything either in this event
Did you mean the startup one, or the auth challenge one ?
I want to use this event to manage my security.
I created session custom properties as boolean and the goal is to check the role which get logged and affect the value "True" for this customs.
I already know the function HasRole()... But I don't want to use it like that to prevent about some change on group name or something else. I want my security to be centralized in one script.
I'm kind of thinking 'authentication challenge' means something else:
You could use
seems like it yea
I just try an authentication challenge with system.perspective.authenticationChallenge and it triggers successfully the Session event Authentication Challenge, but the project name is not the correct
but I'm not sure this event works with normal loggin...
Yeah I will try to add a change script on the user id and see what's going to happend
Why a change script ?
Just bind on the current user's roles.
If you want to check for a particular role, add a script transform:
return "your_particular_role" in value
I need a change script to set values to a lot of sessisons custom properties.
What I did:
- I Created a session custom property 'Authenticated' and I bind it on the session prop props.auth.authenticated cause you can't add change script on the session props directly (you can do it but it's not working)
- Add a change script on my new custom and did:
if 'myrole' in self.props.auth.user.roles : self.custom.Matrice.right1= True self.custom.Matrice.right2= True self.custom.Matrice.right3= True self.custom.Matrice.right4= True self.custom.Matrice.right5= True .........
This working well, thank all for your answer
That's a perfectly valid use case for bindings.