- March 15, 2010
- login auth django-registration
- 7 (after 7 ratings)
Here's a signal handler to log a user in on registration activation. It took me an hour to figure out that I needed to put the user.backend in quotes and google wasn't being my friend.
from the django-registration documentation: How do I log a user in immediately after registration or activation? You can most likely do this simply by writing a function which listens for the appropriate signal; your function should set the backend attribute of the user to the correct authentication backend, and then call django.contrib.auth.login() to log the user in.
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def login_on_activation(sender, user, request, **kwargs): user.backend='django.contrib.auth.backends.ModelBackend' login(request,user) user_activated.connect(login_on_activation)
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