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I want anonymous users to always see /node/1 but authenticated users to see /myview/uid where uid is the current user's id.

I don't want to use Rules, but would prefer a code solution.

  • I'm curious, why do you not want to use Rules? either way you will be adding a new module to the pile. – Geoff Mar 22 '15 at 21:23
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You can use hook_user_login function to achieve this.

function custom_module_user_login(&$edit, $account){
  if($acount->uid > 0) {
          $redirection = 'myview/'.$acount->uid;  
  } else{
      $redirection = 'node/1';
  }

  // Unless there is already a redirection going, or the user is trying to reset his password, we redirect to $redirection.

  if (!is_null($redirection) && (!isset($_POST['form_id']) || $_POST['form_id'] != 'user_pass_reset')){
    $_GET['destination'] = $redirection; // Should we use $edit['redirect'] instead..?
    $GLOBALS['destination'] = $redirection; // Should we use $edit['redirect'] instead..?
  }

}

For more info check here

  • since this only runs on a user logging in, how does it address the anonymous aspect of the question? – Geoff Mar 22 '15 at 21:21
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In my case I wanted anonymous users to always see the login page which happens to be the front page and authenticated users to be redirected to /dashboard. My solution is thus:

  1. Create theme template file page--front.tpl.php ( You should aready have page.tpl.php).

  2. Add the following code to the top of the page:

    if($logged_in){
        drupal_goto('dashboard');
    }
    

In your case you can just add the following code on the top of page.tpl.php and it should work just fine.

if($logged_in && request_path() != 'myview/uid'){
    drupal_goto('myview/uid');
}
if(!$logged_in && request_path() != 'node/1'){
    drupal_goto('node/1');
}    

This will redirect all authenticated users to /myview/uid and all anonymous users to node/1

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