|Re: Registration Form [message #1810402 is a reply to message #1810382]
||Fri, 09 August 2019 13:03
|| Andre Wegmueller
Registered: September 2012
Location: Baden-Dättwil, Switzerla...
1.) This would be my preferred solution: I would implement the RegistrationForm as a part of the regular Scout application (in Java). The idea is, that an anonymous user could can access this form, without the need to log in. In order to do that you must create a "deep link" like http://example.org/?dl=registration. You need to implement a deep-link handler (extend AbstractDeepLinkHandler) that handles that URL. The handler must bring the Scout Desktop in the right state and show the RegistrationForm (and probably disable/hide everything else in your application. Check the methods setNavigationVisible, setHeaderVisible in AbstractDesktop). In a standard Scout web-application the login-filter only allows logged in users to access the application. In your case you must allow anonymous users to access at least the deep-link to show the registration form. You can do that in your web.xml. Finally you must provide your own LoginForm.js. The easiest way is to extend the existing LoginForm.js and add the link there. You could append a HtmlField or a (Link)Button to show the link to the registration form.
2.) You could create a second Scout Classic application that only contains the RegistrationForm and deploy it to a path which is not protected by a login-filter and thus accessible by anonymous users. You still need to modify the LoginForm.js though.
> Do there any code examples exist?
AFAIK: no. But if you decide to implement one of the solutions above, please let us know how you did it.
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