Autologin in Prestashop

August 20, 2014 Alex Simonchik Prestashop
Autologin in Prestashop

Today we are glad to introduce to our community a new free module: «Belvg_AutoLogin». In future this module will help us demonstrate how our modules work. The idea of this module is that it allows users to test modules, which are installed on our demo-shops, without creating accounts.   Using the form, shown below, users can log into the demo-shop under a profile of some other user, who have already been registered in the system.

1Autologin in Prestashop

Here is the example – http://belvg.info/demo/prestashop16/deliveryandpayments/

 To make the user appear in the form, he should be recorded in the table belvg_autologin  and should also exist in the standard table ps_customer. The user can be added to the belvg_autologin table both manually and automatically.  The automatic mode is controlled by the property belvg_autologin::$default_customers:

It contains an array of users’ IDs, whose profiles we want to use to allow free logging into the system.

The authorization is controlled by the controller Belvg_AutoLoginDefaultModuleFrontController and its method prосessLоgin( ):

 

Here you can download free module.



3 comments

  1. Hi Alex.

    i fortunatly found your module. It is really great, and nearly exactly what I am looking for. Maybe with some small changes it can fit my needs.

    My target is to have a link that directs the customers automaticly logged in, to the product page.

    As far as I see, I only need to

    1. delete the module from the footer hook
    2. change the URL target, which actually always routes to the basket
    3. Having the autologin_ID to be something more cryptic

    What I would like to use is is to have the customers directed to the products he bought, to leave a comment.

    Do you think this could be made with some easy modifications?

    thx a lot for your answer

    regards

  2. thank you for this great free Modul. It works perfect in 1.6.1.15
    I use it for one custumer who will show his wishlist to other without giving to much information.
    I unhookt the login from the footer and gave just the link to the login.
    With the different options at the end of the php it was easy to redirect the visitor to the wishlist.

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