Set up a custom logon URL
The Custom Logon URL configuration setting specifies where the user should be redirected when accessing the logon page. For example, when a user logs out or their logon session times out, you may want to redirect them to a specific location.
2. Set up the configuration setting
From the main menu, click Admin.
Under Setup, click Config.
Select Web Application from the Category drop-down and click Edit next to Custom Logon URL.
Click Edit value and provide the target URL.
- The original logon page is still accessible by appending ?doNotForward=true to the query string (for example, http://dundas.instance.com/LogOn?doNotForward=true).
- The return URL is automatically appended to the query string when redirecting to the custom logon URL. This allows the custom logon page to send the user back to their previous location once they authenticate.
- When working with Multi-Tenancy, the Tenant ID can be appended to the query string (for example, http://dundas.instance.com/LogOn?tenantId=092741e1-61a4-4ee8-925a-1e78a90260ad). Furthermore, when a tenant user is logged on, the Tenant ID is appended to the query string automatically. This means the target page can be set up to redirect or re-brand for the page for each tenant based on the Tenant ID.