Hello Guys, an app I have in production that had its security requirements change. To summarize, if the url used to open the app has a querystring, then the app displays an add record dialog. This end user cannot access anything else. if the URL doesn't have a querystring, then the start page loads normally.
To simplify things, I'm wondering if I could have in effect two start pages by testing for a querystring in the URL in the load method of MainLayout.razor.designer.cs? If the querystring exists, then open the add dialog, have the user fill it out, then navigate to a do nothing 'thanks for completing' page. If the querystring doesn't exist, then proceed with the start pages load method as usual.
is it a good idea to MainLayout.razor.designer.cs load method this way? Or will this cause issues?
Thanks for any thoughts you may have,