Usage of Domain-Specific client.changepasswordpage Option in iwcadmin

(Doc ID 1615829.1)

Last updated on SEPTEMBER 07, 2017

Applies to:

Oracle Communications Convergence - Version 2.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Goal

We are using Convergence 2 patch 7.

We are trying to use the client.changepasswordpage option with iwcadmin so that users who have expired passwords can click on a change password button in the Convergence login screen. We have enabled a customization to set this up, which all seems to be fine in the default domain.  But when we use the option in a domain-specific environment, it is not working. 

For example, we are accessing Convergence at the following URL:
http://webmail.domain2.com/iwc/

We have set the following domain-specific iwcadmin parameter:
iwcadmin -o client.{domain2.com}.changepasswordpage -v https://machine.domain1.com/self/cambiopassword/

When a user's password has expired and they click on the "change password" button, they get redirected back to the login page rather than the desired change password page.

Facts:
- we confirmed that GlassFish was restarted after adding the iwcadmin parameter
- we are able to access https://machine.domain1.com/self/cambiopassword/ on it's own, without any issue
- we have tested and confirmed that using client.changepasswordpage works in the default domain - it only appears to not work when we specify the domain within the parameter.

The reference page for client.changepasswordpage does not make mention of a domain-specific option - ie.
client.{domain.com}.changepasswordpage.

Should this work? Or, might this be a limitation, where the parameter does not recognize a domain-specific option?
 

Solution

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