How enable the inapp browser auto-login in moodle mobile app v3.2
Moodle for mobile
Inapp browser auto-login moodle mobile 3.2
there are some restrictions to make auto-login work:
- The Moodle site needs to be 3.2 or higher. It doesn't work in previous Moodle sites.
- Your site needs to use SSL (https).
- After fulfilling the previous conditions, you should invalidate all tokens so the users create a new one. I think the easiest way is to go to the external_tokens table in your Moodle database and modify the value of "validuntil".
Also, please take into account that a certain user can only auto-login every 6 minutes (for security reasons).
I'm enable the ssl (https) , external in-app browser auto login work , but agin proplem is click back button and open another external browser link again ask user name & password..
the in-app browser and the system browser use a different session. This means that authenticating in one of them won't affect the other. If you auto-login in in-app browser you'll have to wait 6 minutes to be able to auto-login in the system browser. Once authenticated in the system browser, the session should be kept for future requests.
Also, we detected that in some devices the in-app browser session is resetted when it's closed, so in that case the auto-login will only work once every 6 minutes in in-app browser.
One thing to note that Site admins cannot use this feature. So be careful to test the feature with a regular user.
i didnot understand , what is mean by inappbrowser.
i have some guess
1. link "Website" in menu (which is by default)
2. link appeared in custom menu if we choose Custom menu items as "InappBrowser" from moodleweb mobile features
3. link appeared in custom menu if we choose Custom menu items as "embedded "from moodleweb mobile features
because neither of three option has autologin feature encountered with me.
i m using moodlecloud and moodlemobile 3.3.1
clear me if i am wrong
thanks in advance.
when you create a custom menu item you have 3 options:
- browser: the page is opened in the system's browser (Chrome, Safari, Firefox, ...).
- inappbrowser: the page is opened in a "popup" (browser embedded in the app). The app opens a new window, like a popup, inside the app itself. You need to close this inappbrowser to be able to use the app again since it overlays the whole app.
- embedded: the page is opened inside the app itself, using an iframe. This is not a browser, it's similar to opening a SCORM.