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  • Logoff/Exit in dsmenu

    Hello,

    how can i implement a menu item where the user could do a Logoff, so that annother user could do a login ?
    In the normal menu there is a "leave" function, but this could not work with dynamic menues.

    Any ideas ?

  • #2
    Re: Logoff/Exit in dsmenu

    Hello,

    Create a new menu item and set its target as "exit" (the option just below icon).

    regards,
    Bernhard Bernsmann

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    • #3
      Re: Logoff/Exit in dsmenu

      Bernhard,

      i use a dynamic menu, so i could not do it as you suggest.

      any other possibilities ?

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      • #4
        Re: Logoff/Exit in dsmenu

        I have the same problem I used this and wrapped the link in a button tag :
        http://www.scriptcase.net/forum_en_u...p?topic=6380.0
        as a temporary solution it works, however I think a blank app with an onload func() is a better option but I cant get it to close the parent app.

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        • #5
          Re: Logoff/Exit in dsmenu

          Read this post.
          https://www.scriptcase.net/forum_en_...p?topic=2505.0
          the sc_redir method still opens in the i-frame for me in chrome however the php/javascript echo method works perfectly.
          * I replaced the relative path with an absolute path, I have noticed that they act differently in my prod. environment

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          • #6
            Re: Logoff/Exit in dsmenu

            i fixed it with something like:


            My MENU looks to the [usr_name]
            if itīs BLANK i open a standard menu where i have a login button
            The app_login does a sc_redir to the MENU give the [usr_name] as parameter and then i refresh the menu with the "LOGGED IN " application
            My logout Button does
            sc_redir(MENU, "[usr_name]=' ' ", "_parent")
            to set [usr_name] BLANK and open the standard menu

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