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6/21/2013 11:13 AM

Hi, I have a module that I am developing that has multiple view controls keys, so they are not actual pages that I set up where I can set view Registered users only.

The problem is, if I leave the webpage open, and I get logged out and then reload the page, I get an error, due to one of my functions grabbing info from the SQL Server based on their User_Id, which when logged in is -1 and doesnt exist in the database. Is there some way to make these key pages, if accessed, will automatically redirect to login instead of throwing the error?



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6/21/2013 1:29 PM

The best you can do in a standard DNN module is to check if the userid < 1 then redirect using the login url generated from Globals.LoginURL(string, bool)

If using WebFormsMVP you can override AllowAnonymousAccess

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6/25/2013 10:12 AM
Thanks Andrew, this worked perfectly.

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