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Form Fill Login Failure Redirect URL and iFrames

Have a form fill and configured Form Fill Login failure to detect login and redirect to a different URL.

However as the entire Form Fill detection is applied to an embedded iFrame, the redirect also occurs within the context of the iFrame and doesn't change the browser URL.
Is there a simple way to instruct NAM that this redirect URL should apply to the actual browser URL - like a regular href with target="_top" ?
Alex McHugh - Knowledge Partner - Stavanger, Norway
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Re: Form Fill Login Failure Redirect URL and iFrames

On 6/18/2015 2:55 PM, Alex McHugh wrote:
> Have a form fill and configured Form Fill Login failure to detect login and redirect to a different URL.
>
> However as the entire Form Fill detection is applied to an embedded iFrame, the redirect also occurs within the context of the iFrame and doesn't change the browser URL.
> Is there a simple way to instruct NAM that this redirect URL should apply to the actual browser URL - like a regular href with target="_top" ?
>


I think your best bet would be to also have a rewrite rule or formfill javascript that busts out the iFrame by inserting the
appropriate JS to do such. Or do such on your destination page. Detection of frames and busting out is fairly googleable.

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Re: Form Fill Login Failure Redirect URL and iFrames

Will Schneider <descent@no-mx.forums.netiq.com> wrote:

> I think your best bet would be to also have a rewrite rule or formfill
> javascript that busts out the iFrame by inserting the appropriate JS to
> do such. Or do such on your destination page. Detection of frames and
> busting out is fairly googleable.


I think form fill javascript injection is the most workable idea. Will look
into this at some point soon and report back if it works or not.

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