Issue #873 has been updated by Clément OUDOT.
Target version changed from self-service-password-? to self-service-password-1.0
Boldly Going Nowhere wrote:
> There is a bug in this feature ever since you introduced the password change
> by user code. If the config is set to 'User' instead of 'Manager' this bug
> In order to solve it I have added a new line to the 'change password' logic
> in resetbytoken.php between the original line 198 and 199 :
> $who_change_password = 'manager';
> That way it is only forced for that function and the token based reset works.
> Otherwise you try to rest by LDAP as the user without giving $oldpassword,
> which will give a constraint violation.
Well, $who_change_password should be empty in resetbytoken.php, so I don't
understand why in your case it has the value "user". But you are right, we
should maybe force its value, or maybe better, remove it form change_password
> ((additionally in the same file, I've decleared $oldpassword = ""; at the
> beginnen as you were getting cosmetic errors logged because your
> 'checkpasswordstrength' logic tries to pass on that variable(line 194 in
> resetbytoken.php) which was undeclared)).
Indeed, it will be cleaner to unset it and manage this cas in check password
Bug #873: Can't reset password when using sendtoken
Author: Thomas Mayer
Assigned to: Clément OUDOT
Category: Self Service Password
Target version: self-service-password-1.0
I can reset my password when I use the action "change" of the website.
When I use "sendtoken" i get an ldap 19 error - constraint violation.
I tried the same password for both methods.
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