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Advanced Scripting | Sample App 1: Login / Logout Button

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In the series Advanced Scripting Sample Apps we explain some use cases on how to use the Advanced Scripting. For more general info, it's very important that you read this KB-article first.

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Use Case

In this example, we show a Login button in the app when you are not entitled and a Logout button when you are entitled.

Instructions

Preparations

  1. Create a new app
  2. Setup Entitlements in the app (e.g. Print Subscribers)
  3. Add a Content Item to the Root Collection with the following properties:
    • Type: Web Link
    • Name: login
    • Link to URL: tp-entitlements-signin://
  4. Add a content item to the Root Collection with the following properties:
    • Type: Web Link
    • Name: logout
    • Link to URL: tp-entitlements-clear-token://
  5. Add a content item to the Root Collection with the following properties:
    • Type: HTML Article
    • Name: whatever
  6. Set up your Advanced Scripting (see below)

Advanced Scripting Settings

For the Root Collection

// Executed once for every collection before the filtering of the items
function setupFilter(collection, environment) {
}

// Executed for once for every collection
function shouldShowCollection(collection, environment) {
    return true;
}

// Executed for every single content item
function shouldShowItem(contentItem, collection, environment) {
    if (contentItem.Name == "login") {
        return !environment.IsEntitled();
    }
    if (contentItem.Name == "logout") {
        return environment.IsEntitled();
    }
    return true;
}

// Executed once for every collection after the filtering of the items
function teardownFilter(collection, environment) {
}

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