• Subject: Re: How to preserve password change date
  • From: Steve Anderson <sanders@xxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 19 Nov 1997 23:22:07 -0600

Pardon me if I seem a bit thick on this one, but wouldn't you want to
restore the user profile after you have done the nasty deed with it? 

How about this: 
1. savsecdta to a savf
2. change the password
3. do the deed
4. restore the individual user profile from the savf

This may change some of the dates on the profile, but the password change
date should be preserved.

HTH

Steve Anderson
Old Republic National Title
Minneapolis MN
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>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.
>
>Any help would be appreciated


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