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Allowing users to change password


I have been asked to include functionality in the portal that will allow users to change their password.

We are using Netweaver2004s, so the portal is part of BI. If the BI password expires, then on 1st login to the portal, the user is asked to change their password, but what they want, is a button / iview where they can change that password at any point.

I am sure there must be a standard iview that I can use for this, but can't find anything.

Failing that, I guess I can try to write something on the BI side, like a BSP or similar that will achieve this functionality, but really hoping for something standard that I can use.



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    Posted on Jun 19, 2009 at 09:12 AM

    Hi Andrew,

    I am afraid I wouldn't be answering the question raised by you, but am offering a suggestion.

    From your question it seems that you are referring to BI - JAVA Stack. If you change the UME of the Java stack to point to the same client as the BI System which the users logon to from the SAP Logon Pad then the password management would be more easy. Then the users could make use of the change password funtionality of the portal to change the password for both the java stack as well as the ABAP stack for BI



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      1. Go to User Administration

      2. Find the role you want to use

      3. Click on the MODIFY button so you are editing the role

      4. Select the ASSIGNED ACTIONS tab

      5. Search for Logon_Help

      6. Select the UME action that is returned, and assign it to the role by clicking on the ADD button

      This should sort you out.



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