How to navigate to an external URL from a controller

I’m using restful_authentication plugin for my webapp. After everything
is setup properly, the user signup, login and logout can work without
any problem.
Now, I don’t know how an external URL, such as
http://www.my-external-url.com, can be navigated to the moment a user
has successfully login.

For example, when I login successfully at http://localhost:3000/login,
it is automatically routed to the the Rails Welcome Aboard page. I don’t
want that to happen. I want it to go to http://www.my-external-url.com.

Does anyone know how to do that? Appreciate if anyone can help.

config/routes.rb. There are a ton of good resources out there about
routing in Rails in case you don’t know much about how they work.

Tom

On Mar 4, 10:37 am, Jacob Y. [email protected]

The resources are all about routing internally. If you know any
resources that can help me, please advise. I’m desperate…haha

redirect_to ‘http://my-external-site.com

On Mar 4, 9:37 am, Jacob Y. [email protected]

Thank you, Scott. It works! Just FYI, it’s actually
redirect_to(“http://my-external-site.com”)

Scott wrote:

redirect_to ‘http://my-external-site.com

On Mar 4, 9:37�am, Jacob Y. [email protected]

Actually… it’s both ways. The parenthesis aren’t required in ruby
when calling methods.

Robby

On Thu, Mar 5, 2009 at 7:03 AM, Jacob Y.
[email protected] wrote:

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