Devise redirect after users fail signin
I know there is a wiki page about it, but since I'm very new to Rails I am having lot of difficulties in understanding that page.
I had to override registration controller for my user. When user fails to signin I want him to be redirected to my custom signin page. But the application send him to the signin page inside the gem.
How can I accomplish that? Where should I put this class and how can I change it? I have multiple models, each of them has a different signin page. How can I set the scope for each model?
class CustomFailure < Devise::FailureApp def redirect_url #return super unless [:worker, :employer, :user].include?(scope) #make it specific to a scope new_user_session_url(:subdomain => 'secure') end # You need to override respond to eliminate recall def respond if http_auth? http_auth else redirect end end
Devise is a powerful gem but some wiki pages don't consider that there can be lots of new programmers
I have my auth failure over-ride class in /lib directly.
Here's a bare-bones version that shows how to handle different scopes for users.
class MyAuthFailure < Devise::FailureApp # add different cases here for diff scopes. def redirect_url if warden_options[:scope] == :user root_path elsif warden_options[:scope] == :admin admin_root_path end end # You need to override respond to eliminate recall def respond if http_auth? http_auth else redirect end end end
You'd put this class in /lib/my_auth_failure.rb
This solution works great, but the you'll run into problems testing if you don't do what is suggested in this article:
Your tests will still redirect using the default.
current_path.should == signin_path
would fail because the current path would actually be users/sign_in or something.