David_Teh Respected Contributor.
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Questions about Gated Transistions

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Hi all,

A bit of backgroud, to control who can continue a flow via a url sent out by email, I'm using gated transistion and I've 2 questions about it. I have managed to successfully implement the gated transistion and my questions are mainly related to whether it's possible to configure it to my needs. 

1) If a user who does not have the approved role alias attempts to continue the flow via the url sent out by email, the user will get a pop up saying that the resource has not been found. Therefore, would it be possible to change this error message to say that access has been denied and to contact a specified email address for help? 
(Screenshot of the error message has been attached below)

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2) For gated transistions, would it be possible to configure it to allow more than one type of role alias? 

Thanks in advance!
David

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AndreiTruta Outstanding Contributor.
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Re: Questions about Gated Transistions

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Hi David,

These are both good points in terms of the gated transition functinonality.

As far as I know there is no way to control those 2 raised aspects in the manner that you imply.

I suggest to open support tickets with enhancement requests

Andrei Vasile Truta
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AndreiTruta Outstanding Contributor.
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Re: Questions about Gated Transistions

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Hi David,

These are both good points in terms of the gated transition functinonality.

As far as I know there is no way to control those 2 raised aspects in the manner that you imply.

I suggest to open support tickets with enhancement requests

Andrei Vasile Truta
David_Teh Respected Contributor.
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Re: Questions about Gated Transistions

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Hi Andrei,

Thanks for the clarification! Guess I'm stuck with the limitations for now. 😕

David 

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