Question by mrN
After implementing ACL on my website, if a user tries to access unauthorised page he will be denied and shown a page to login. After he loggs in, I wanted to redirect the user to the previous page to which he was denied to earlier.
To do this, I store the request parameters using
$request -> getParams(), onto a session variable, which will be used to generate the url again. This is where the problem occurs, to generate the url back, I need the name of the route and that i dont know how to read.
I need to know the route name, so that I will be able to regenerate the url, from the array stored in session, or if there is a better way to solve this, please suggest.
Answer by Starx
Dont try to think of complex solutions for simple problem.
You can do this, with just using
$_SERVER['REQUEST_URI'], this gives the same result as @Phil’s answer (Correct me, If i am missing something). and is more than enough to do what you want.