PasswordExpirationInterceptor is used, password expiration for a certain user can be
directly managed through the
UserDetailPortlet provided with the
If enabled, this portlet can display the current expiration date of a password and also allows to change its value:
As you can see, through the radio group, the password expiration date can be changed to:
|Extend Unlimited||January 1, 8099 (the maximum value allowed for java.sql.Date)|
This feature can be enabled through the edit/preferences page of the
Note: when a new password value is specified selected password expiration action
will be ignored!
Through the same
UserDetailsPortlet preferences as show above, the default
updateRequired property of a password credential for a new user can be configured too.
And, if you always need the same setting for all users, you can even suppress the selection box normally
displayed on the
Add User dialog.
With the preferences set as in the example shown above, the
Add User dialog will look like this:
A user added with the example preferences set, will have the
updateRequired property set to
User role assigned and use the
role-fallback profiling rule.