• Subject: Re: How to preserve password change date
  • From: "Art Tostaine, Jr." <atostain@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 14 Nov 1997 14:16:04 -0500
  • Organization: Creative Computer Associates, Inc.

Qile@aol.com wrote:

> Hi,
> Does anyone know a way to prevent the QSYSUPWD api from changing the password
> change date? or maybe a way to reset the change date to its original value?
> I want to temporarily change a users password and then restore it back using
> the QSYRUPWD and QSYSUPWD API's. But I don't want the originalpassword change
> date to be lost so that the user has to keep their next change on the correct
> schedule.
>
> -Paul Jackson, Costco Wholesale, Issaquah, WA

How about just changing the user profile to PWDEXP(*YES), then tell them the
password that you used.  Then they will be forced to change again, you won't 
know
password, and the expiration interval can start over.

--
Art Tostaine, Jr.
Creative Computer Associates, Inc.
Parlin, NJ
atostaine_at_crecomp_dot_com


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