If you want to allow users to change their own password, they must have the right to read and update records in a number of Authorizer tables. To permit this, you must create a special user group for the Authorizer application that contains those users.
To authorize users to change their own password:
|1.||In the USoft Authorizer, choose User Groups from the Define menu. In the User Groups window, add a new user group (e.g. AUTH_PWD) for the USAUTH application. This new user group must have the same Menu Page and Deployment configuration settings as the USAUTH user group.|
|2.||On the Members tab page, add the members of this user group.|
|3.||Click the Authorize Button. A wizard will appear to help you specify the authorization for this group.|
•Set USAUTH as the Application
•Set AUTH_PWD as the User Group
•Set Select for the Access Rights.
The users of this user group are now allowed to query the tables of the Authorizer.
|4.||On the Table Rights tab page, add one right on the T_AUTH_USER table, that has 'Update' Right with Privilege Scope = Foreground and Background.|
|5.||From the Define Menu of the Authorizer, choose Conditions. The Restricting Conditions window appears. Add a new record with the following condition text:|
|6.||Commit. An identifier for the condition is automatically added.|
|7.||In the Table Rights tab page of the User Groups window, add this identifier to the Condition ID columns (both foreground and background) of your new table Right, and commit.|
|8.||In the Restricting Conditions window, click the Check button. The Correct check box should now automatically be checked.|
|9.||Click the Update button in your new User Group. Check the From Conceptual File check box and fill in the path to the USAUTH.con file.|
The users in this user group now have the right to read the Authorizer table, and to update their own password.
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