This document explains how to create your own logout button and how to re-direct the user to another URL following logout.
This document explains how to enhance the standard RunMyProcess logout behaviour in two ways:
There is a RunMyProcess logout button that is used as standard for all applilcations. Some users may wish to create their own button in order to customise their application.
When a user logs out of an applicaiton, it is possible to re-direct them to another URL
2 Creating a customized logout button
To create your own logout button you need to include the jquery library as a footer in your Web Interface.
Add a hidden js widget at the bottom of the page with the following script:
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Then add a html widget and enter this code:
This button will log you out and reload the page.
Note : if you're using Google OAuth2 authentication and you want to also logout from Google, use this function instead:
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3 Redirecting following logout
It is possible to recirect users to a specific URL after a logout. This is achieved by passing the internal parameter P_target which should be set to the required URL.