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  1. #1
    francoisarnaud NNTP User

    Branding LostPassword Pages


    Hello everyone.

    We do have a custom theme for the UserApp.
    There are class part which I customized :
    - nv-headerLogoPrimary
    - nv-headerLogoSecondary
    - nv-headerFiller

    This theme apply to most of the page of the user app, except few. I'd
    like to apply this theme to them.

    I listed the url of the page I'd like to customize :
    - IDMProv/jsps/pwdmgt/ForgotPassword.jsp
    - IDMProv/forgotUser.do
    - IDMProv/forgotChaRes.do
    - IDMProv/forgotChgPwd.do
    - IDMProv/postAuth.do

    These pages are the challenge Q/A for lost password and the init Q/A
    during first login.

    Any way to do this ?

    Thanks in advance,
    Regards,

    Arnaud


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  2. #2
    Steven Williams NNTP User

    Re: Branding LostPassword Pages

    On 04/16/2014 05:24 AM, francoisarnaud wrote:
    >
    > Hello everyone.
    >
    > We do have a custom theme for the UserApp.
    > There are class part which I customized :
    > - nv-headerLogoPrimary
    > - nv-headerLogoSecondary
    > - nv-headerFiller
    >
    > This theme apply to most of the page of the user app, except few. I'd
    > like to apply this theme to them.
    >
    > I listed the url of the page I'd like to customize :
    > - IDMProv/jsps/pwdmgt/ForgotPassword.jsp
    > - IDMProv/forgotUser.do
    > - IDMProv/forgotChaRes.do
    > - IDMProv/forgotChgPwd.do
    > - IDMProv/postAuth.do
    >
    > These pages are the challenge Q/A for lost password and the init Q/A
    > during first login.
    >
    > Any way to do this ?
    >
    > Thanks in advance,
    > Regards,
    >
    > Arnaud
    >
    >

    Greetings,
    You are not suppose to be utilizing the .do pages those are called to.

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    NetIQ

  3. #3
    francoisarnaud NNTP User

    Re: Branding LostPassword Pages


    > Greetings,
    > You are not suppose to be utilizing the .do pages those are called

    to.

    I don't understand the answer. Could you be more specific ?
    Thanks


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  4. #4
    Steven Williams NNTP User

    Re: Branding LostPassword Pages

    On 04/17/2014 03:24 AM, francoisarnaud wrote:
    >
    >> Greetings,
    >> You are not suppose to be utilizing the .do pages those are called

    > to.
    >
    > I don't understand the answer. Could you be more specific ?
    > Thanks
    >
    >

    Greetings,
    If you want someone to change their password or update their
    Challenge Response information, then they need to utilize appropriate
    shared page. One should not be calling to the .do actions or creating a
    link to them. These actions are utilized by us during our processing of
    the user during the Login, and if you call to them not correctly
    incorrect behavior will be seen.



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  5. #5
    David Gersic NNTP User

    Re: Branding LostPassword Pages

    On Thu, 17 Apr 2014 13:26:32 +0000, Steven Williams wrote:

    > On 04/17/2014 03:24 AM, francoisarnaud wrote:
    >>
    >>> Greetings,
    >>> You are not suppose to be utilizing the .do pages those are called

    >> to.
    >>
    >> I don't understand the answer. Could you be more specific ? Thanks
    >>
    >>

    > Greetings,
    > If you want someone to change their password or update their
    > Challenge Response information, then they need to utilize appropriate
    > shared page. One should not be calling to the .do actions or creating a
    > link to them. These actions are utilized by us during our processing of
    > the user during the Login, and if you call to them not correctly
    > incorrect behavior will be seen.


    I don't think he's trying to customize the *.do pages, only using what he
    sees in the URL as being a pointer to a place that the theme he's
    applying doesn't seem to be working as desired. At least that's how I
    read the original message.


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