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I’ve seen an example almost identical to what I’m trying to attempt here: How to get attempted url before access restriction? However, my templates don’t see to want to cooperate: Template 1:

    {if logged_in}
     {embed="myfig/upload-view"}
    {if:else}
     {exp:stash:set name="login_form_return" scope="user" save="yes"}{segment_2}    {/exp:stash:set}
    {redirect="/myfig/"}
    {/if} 

Template 2:

Stash: {exp:stash:get name="login_form_return"}

{if '{exp:stash:get name="login_form_return"}'} Proof Manager {if:else} Something else {/if}

{exp:zoo_visitor:login_form error_handling="inline" } {if '{exp:stash:get name="login_form_return"}' =="myfig/proofmanager"} <input type="hidden" name="RET" value='myfig/proofmanager' /> {if:else} <input type="hidden" name="RET" value="/myfig/dashboard/" /> {/if}

Nothing returns on my GET attempt. What am I doing wrong?

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This will most likely be to do with parse order. EE templates get processed in layers rather than top to bottom and you're using a complex conditional. To move it up the parse order try this:

{if logged_in}
    {embed="myfig/upload-view"}
{/if}
{if logged_out}
    {exp:stash:set name="login_form_return" scope="user" save="yes"}{segment_2}    {/exp:stash:set}
    {redirect="/myfig/"}
{/if}

This converts it to a simple conditional and may very well solve the issue.

  • Hi Ian - This didn't work. Any other thoughts? – Jon Nixon Apr 28 '13 at 11:38
  • The first thing to check would be that the conditionals are working correctly. Does logged_out work successfully if you remove the Stash tag and redirect and place a string ("I'm logged out") in there? Also just experiment with outputting the Stash variable within that conditional and remove the redirect. If you call {exp:stash:login_form_return} right after setting it does it display segment_2 correctly? – Ian Apr 28 '13 at 20:16
  • Glad that helped Jon. As it is the redirect then try setting scope="site" and keep save="yes" in there. Does that carry across to the page redirect? – Ian Apr 29 '13 at 8:49
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The redirects were killing the session. I had to try a different method of embedding a login form in the template I was in instead of redirecting

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